The bulk of the company’s employees can choose their office location, or continue to work from home part time or full time, the company said.
In a statement, Oracle said, “In addition, we will continue to support major hubs for Oracle around the world, including those in the United States such as Redwood City, Austin, Santa Monica, Seattle, Denver, Orlando and Burlington, among others, and we expect to add other locations over time. By implementing a more modern approach to work, we expect to further improve our employees’ quality of life and quality of output.”
Oracle founded in Santa Clara in 1977, moved into its current headquarters in 1989.
Several of the buildings on its campus are constructed in the shape of a squat cylinder; the classic symbol in computer systems design for a database, the product on which Oracle built its empire.
Hewlett Packard also announced earlier this month that it will relocate its headquarters from San Jose, California, to Houston, Texas.
Data analytics software company Palantir Technologies moved its headquarters to Denver, Colorado from Palo Alto, California, earlier this year.
Tesla and SpaceX chief Elon Musk also confirmed this week that he has moved to Texas, though his companies still maintain the major portion of their operations in California.
Larry Ellison, Oracle’s co-founder and chairman, serves on Tesla’s board, and has a longstanding friendship with Michael Dell, whose computer company was founded and remains headquartered in the Austin area.
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