NJVC Opens New Facility in Reno, Nevada

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval with NJVC President Jody Tedesco

NJVC opened a 20,000-square-foot data center in Reno, Nevada during a ribbon-cutting ceremony with NJVC President, Jody Tedesco and Nevada Governor, Brian Sandoval.

Tedesco said, “This data center is a milestone for NJVC because it is the first such facility that the company will manage for customers.  NJVC has more than a decade of experience delivering a full spectrum of highly secure data center services to customers in the intelligence and defense communities.  The expertise in providing mission-critical data center services carries over to supporting the IT environments of commercial customers, where reliability and low data latency are vital.  The opening of this data center is timed to coincide with the company’s expansion into new commercial markets, particularly financial services, energy and healthcare.”

The facility includes 8,000-square-feet of raised floor space to provide commercial and government customers with secure, cost-effective and cloud-based data center solutions.







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