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Trillium Opens Michigan Cybersecurity Operations and R&D Center

Trillium Secure announced the establishment of an operations and R&D center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ann Arbor, June 21, 2018  -- Trillium Secure, Inc. today announced the establishment of its’ Midwest Operations and R&D Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

“Trillium is exactly the kind of high-tech company we want here,” said Phil Santer, Senior Vice President for Ann Arbor SPARK, one of the area’s premier economic development organizations. Ann Arbor SPARK helped the company establish itself in downtown Ann Arbor.

“Customer demand for our products and services is fueling this expansion to Southeast Michigan,” said David Uze, Trillium President and CEO. “The Michigan R&D center enables us to support our growing list of automotive and fleet customers in the region. We provide commercial and government clients with lifecycle cybersecurity protection for their vehicles, fleets and vehicular data.”

The new Operations and R&D center is led by John Davis, a University of Michigan graduate and native Michigander. “Ann Arbor gives us close proximity to connected and autonomous vehicle testing sites and university research programs,” said Davis. “I’m thrilled to join the Trillium team.”

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