INFINIDAT, a provider of enterprise data storage technology that aims to be a competitor to EMC, is quadrupling its U.S. headquarters size in a move from Needham to Waltham.
The six-year-old venture-backed company announced Tuesday that it’s moving into a 23,000-square-foot headquarters in Waltham in June, from its original 5,900-square-foot space in Needham.
The company, whose global headquarters is in Israel, currently has 35 employees in Massachusetts and will double that number by the end of the year.
“The newly constructed office building at 10 CityPoint in Waltham provides us with the space we need to make a sizable expansion of our headquarters and to grow,” said Gareth Taube, INFINIDAT’s vice president of marketing, in an email. “With its location right off Route 128 and close to the Mass Pike, the new office will be very convenient for customers we invite to visit and see demonstrations of the InfiniBox enterprise storage array.”
Its total worldwide headcount is currently 350, and INFINIDAT also announced a worldwide expansion that will result in many more new hires.