On October 3rd in Reston, VA, CoreSite hosted the grand opening of our newest facility – VA3!
The celebration featured live bluegrass music, BBQ, local brews, lawn games and a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Bluegrass Band – Bud’s Collective
The continued growth and expansion of the CoreSite Reston campus provides our customer community with the immediate benefits of a rich ecosystem of natively deployed networks, cloud on-ramps and solution partners. The facilities at the Reston campus represent the gold standard of cloud connectivity and deliver the highest possible security and performance, complimented by the lowest cost of cloud service utilization.
Juan Font, SVP of General Management, speaking at the ribbon cutting.
With over 100MW at full build, and the multi-cloud capabilities of the CoreSite platform, these facilities are in a position to deliver the maximum degree of scale, operational flexibility and performance throughout the entire lifecycle of our customers’ digital transformation journey. Additionally, the location in Fairfax County allows access to native base of enterprises, systems integrators, universities and governmental agencies with the lowest latency possible to large public clouds.
Bobbie Kilberg, President and CEO, Northern Virginia Technology Council, cutting the ribbon at VA3.
A warm thank you to Bobbie Kilberg, President and CEO of the Northern Virginia Technology Council for joining us and providing her perspective with the opening remarks and participating in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
We would be remiss if we didn’t show our appreciation to Hunter Mill District Supervisor Hudgins and her team for her unwavering support of CoreSite over the years. We are also very thankful for the resourcefulness and commitment of the Fairfax Land Development Services team, as well as the Economic Development Authority.
Paul Szurek, President & CEO at CoreSite, presenting a check to Julie Leidig, Provost of Northern Virginia Community College at the Loudoun Campus.
Special thanks to our sponsors for their participation and support of the VA3 grand opening, as well as contribution to the Northern Virginia Community College Loudon County Campus Data Center Operations Technology Scholarship Fund. We were pleased to be able to present the donation check to provide tuition assistance to students participating in this program!
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