By 1962, HP had expanded into Colorado Springs, and the campus there is now home to Agilent's Oscilloscope Products Division as well as the company's Colorado Springs Technology Center. Nearly 500 employees and contractors work on site.
In addition to a variety of disaster-relief services and resources the company is offering to its employees in Colorado Springs, the Agilent community throughout the U.S. has rallied to the cause, with charity drives and collections of donated items useful to Colorado Springs employees affected by the fire.
"As we manage our way through this crisis, I am humbled by the strength and greatness of our communities within Agilent and Colorado Springs," said Jay Alexander, general manager of Agilent's Colorado Springs site. "We will get through this together and emerge stronger from it."
Adding to its donation, the Agilent Technologies Foundation will match employees' gifts up to $50,000.