Silicon Valley – Home of High-Tech Innovation

Located in Northern California’s San Francisco Bay Area, the name Silicon Valley first came about in the 1970’s from an entrepreneur. Silicon is a term used in the semiconductor industry, and before all the business buildings, the Valley was a farming community made up of acres of fruit tree orchards. Although much of the orchard land turned into a landscape for big businesses, many of Silicon Valley’s technology inventors can be found along the rolling hills of Highway 280’s Peninsula that exist today.

Silicon Valley is home to entrepreneurship, start-ups, innovators, venture capital and several of the Fortune 500. Emerging technology trends are many, including big data analytics, hybrid cloud computing, data virtualization, enterprise social networking, green tech and mobile apps.

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