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About the Silicon Valley Region
Famous as the birthplace of the revolutionary silicon chip based Hi-Tech industry boom, Silicon Valley continues to be a hotbed of innovation and growth in social media and internet based businesses. San Jose is the "Capital' of the Silicon Valley region, which includes many other cities such as Cupertino, Mountain View, Palo Alto and Santa Clara.
Home of household names Google, Apple, Facebook, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco, eBay, etc, this region continues to grow exponentially in jobs, population and cost of living. In fact housing costs in Silicon Valley now rival San Francisco, Honolulu and New York City.
Education heavyweight Stanford University leads a lineup of institutions of higher education including Santa Clara University, San Jose State University and others.
Silicon Valley residents are just a short drive from the famous beaches of Santa Cruz, the Santa Cruz Mountains, the City of San Francisco and many other Greater San Francisco Bay Area locations and activities.
The area was originally settled by the Ohlone Native American Indian Peoples. The Spanish established San Jose in 1777, and remained under their domination until the Mexican Revolution. Following a brief period of Mexican rule, the area became part of the United States in 1848 following the Mexican-American War.