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Fairfax, Virginia – On December 6th, 2018, DeepBD Inc. announced new operations in Charleston County, South Carolina. The company’s $1.6 million investment is projected to create 30 new positions.
Our New Location
DeepBD has opened a new research and development office in Charleston County. Our new operations will focus on developing our machine learning and blockchain technology. DeepBD’s platform inspects and analyzes vast amounts of data by using cutting-edge technology to remove physical computing limitations. Also, expanding operation along the east coast allows our company to bolster our research efforts.
Moreover, DeepBD established an office at the South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) / Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Innovation Center, located at 645 Meeting Street in Charleston, S.C. We are hiring for new positions and interested applicants should visit the company’s careers page online for more information. Please visit DeepBD’s career page to learn more about DeepBD’s job opportunities.
The President of DeepBD, Patrick McCollum commented that “DeepBD’s decision to relocate all technical development to Charleston, S.C. was an easy one. We appreciate the tremendous support we have received from the great people at the Charleston Regional Development Alliance, SCRA, Charleston County and many others. Additionally, Our company is committed to being a great partner to support this incredible community and invest in the future of this great city and state.”
Charleston is often considered a robust and growing technology hub for South Carolina. DeepBD hopes to support a culture of innovation that will assist the community and help advance Charleston’s burgeoning tech economy. Also, the Governor of South Carolina, Henry McMaster commented “In a field where a company can locate anywhere in the world, DeepBD’s decision to locate operations in Charleston is proof that we’re succeeding in making South Carolina the best state in the nation to live, work and play. Overall, I wish them the best and look forward to watching them thrive in the Lowcountry.”