Viavi also plans to transition its headquarters to the new facility, which is anticipated to house at least 100 employees by 2022, according to the release.
Viavi is a global leader in network test, monitoring and assurance solutions for communications service providers, enterprises, network equipment manufacturers, government and avionics, according to the release.
“Arizona welcomes another headquarters, drawn here by what our state has to offer—a talented workforce, innovation ecosystem, quality of life and more,” Gov. Doug Ducey said in a statement. “We thank Viavi for investing in Arizona, and look forward to their future success.”