FRESNO, CA - Known for its Silicon Valley feel, although surrounded by rustic shallows just a few miles out, Bitwise continues to service and groom the advent technology students, while fostering local technology businesses and entrepreneurs in their connected buildings sprinkled throughout Downtown Fresno. Striving technology businesses are able to intermingle and utilize similar services to enhance business models.
The Bitwise Hive officially opened its doors this past summer, featuring its grand opening, June 30; The ONME Network is just one of the many tenants who was officially able to start moving in this past April.
Located in downtown, Fresno, CA, Bitwise provides space for Fresno technology entrepreneurs and small businesses; it first opened its doors July 1, 2013 in the Bitwise Mural District, leasing more than 60,000 square feet – six floors – three buildings of long-forgotten space in downtown Fresno, according to their website.
Along with the original Bitwise South Stadium location, the company is in the process of creating a campus feeling in Downtown Fresno, acquiring downtown buildings, otherwise known as the Spaghetti Factory- Bitwise 41, and Bitwise State Center Warehouse opens in 2019.
From shipping-container office spaces, along with the original Bitwise South Stadium location, the company is in the process of creating a campus feeling in Downtown Fresno.
Providing affordable learning in technology, Bitwise has a Geekwise Academy that offers a variety of classes focused on tools and programs vital to the technology industry. Bitwise also created a software development company, Shift3, which focuses on developing technologies for local projects.