The Hewlett Packard Garage 367 Addison Ave./Waverley St. The product (an audio oscillator) and the company (Hewlett-Packard) that launched the high tech industry were developed by Stanford graduates William Hewlett and David Packard in this one-car garage in 1939. Referred to as the birthplace of Silicon Valley, the garage is not open for tours but visitors may view and photograph the HP-owned property from the sidewalk. A plaque beside the driveway of the beautifully maintained home tells the story.
|The Hewlett Packard Garage in Palo Alto, California|
|The Hewlett Packard Garage and house in Palo Alto, California|
|Birthplace of Silicon Valley plaque in Palo Alto, California|
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