Digi relocating Australian HQ from Rocklea to Milton

Digi International (HK) Ltd

Thursday, 01 July, 2021

Digi relocating Australian HQ from Rocklea to Milton

Digi International, a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, has announced that it will relocate its Brisbane-based headquarters from Rocklea to Milton in September 2021.

Digi Australia’s engineering team supports an internal lab, where much of the early cellular prototyping, thermal testing and electrical engineering is conducted. The company also recently invested in a next-generation 5G call box to simulate 5G mobile network towers. The Brisbane staff have designed the core operating systems for Digi’s cellular routers and console servers, said to provide best-in-class performance for high-speed wired and wireless connectivity — including the design of Digi’s new 5G platform and 5G-enabled devices.

The newly renovated Milton facility is expected to enable new levels of team-based collaboration, further concentrating the company’s expanding team of engineering and technology talent in a modern, collaborative space — including staff from Digi’s Opengear subsidiary that specialises in solutions for secure, resilient network access and IT automation. The Milton office is strategically located to strengthen Digi’s presence and increase visibility in the Australian market while providing a welcoming environment for staff returning to work.

“We are looking forward to this move to strategically support our continued expansion,” said Matt Ramsay, Managing Director and Vice President of Engineering, Digi Australia. “In the last year alone, we have achieved double-digit growth and significantly increased our presence in Brisbane. Thanks to our world-class team of innovators, no other network solutions provider in the area has the depth of engineering talent we possess.”

“This newly renovated office space will support our continued growth in the Australian market and beyond,” added Simon Pincus, Vice President of Engineering at Opengear. “As the company continues to grow within Digi International, we’re excited to welcome the team’s partial return to office, and further increasing our market reach — all under the same roof.”

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