Georgia Tech officials joined Agilent CEO William P.Sullivan (second from the right) at the Agilent Technologies Laboratory Dedication last fall. Pictured left to right are Stephen E. Ralph, director of the Georgia Electronic Design Center and ECE professor; Gary S. May, dean of the College of Engineering, and G.P. "Bud" Peterson, president of Georgia Tech. Agilent’s latest in-kind donation is valued at approximately $90 million (book value) over three years and will comprise Agilent EDA software, support and training. The software will also be used in undergraduate and graduate courses, including those in the RF/microwave area, in addition to research projects.