Carbyne Relocates Headquarters to United States from Israel
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 | Comments

Carbyne is relocating its headquarters from Israel to the United States. The move is intended to better serve the increasing demand for advanced 9-1-1 technology in the North American market and to bring Carbyne closer to key partners such as Cisco, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google as part of the company's global expansion.

The repositioning will also help the company better serve its increasing client base in Latin America. In June, Carbyne partnered with Google to provide Android Emergency Location Service (ELS) services to emergency command centers (ECCs) throughout Mexico.

"This marks a significant milestone for Carbyne," said Amir Elichai, CEO and founder of Carbyne. "Moving headquarters to the U.S. will allow us to be fully immersed in our fastest growing markets and foster closer cooperation with key partners in the U.S. and Latin America. Over the last 12 months, we have had explosive growth in the U.S. and Mexico. The time for next-generation technology in 9-1-1 has come, and by working closely with our partners, we are driving change that will benefit millions around the globe."

Elichai has moved from Tel Aviv to New York City to be more available to partners and clients. During the past 18 months, Carbyne bolstered its U.S. team with key hires in company leadership, marketing, sales and support. While Carbyne's headquarters will be located in New York City, the company's research and development arm will remain in Israel.

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