Today, Internet user content can no longer be serviced from afar without the core infrastructure needed to create distributed ecosystems. Especially over the past 2 years, more and more people have begun to utilize the internet for remote work, remote education, remote healthcare and even remote leisure activities. This has resulted in higher costs and decreased performance across the internet ecosystem. With more Internet users relying on the cloud, proximity has become increasingly important. Deep Edge Realty has spearheaded a solution by offering location-focused infrastructure and interconnection solutions proven to decrease network backhaul costs while increasing end user performance.

On November 18th, Deep Edge Realty announced it had signed a long-term lease at 200 South Virginia with Basin Street Properties, a prominent northern Nevada and northern California real estate investment, development, and management firm. 

Deep Edge builds powerful interconnection facilities enabling the transformation of the digital edge. With a focused and strategic approach, Deep Edge designs neutral facilities that optimize digital capabilities, overcome legacy challenges and support rapidly evolving demands. By enabling access to fiber and interconnection opportunities in key markets, Deep Edge is building distributed ecosystems that suit today’s digital needs. The 200 South Virginia location will provide them with the space, power and access to global networks they need to interconnect tenants in their Content Access Data Center ®.

The 200 South Virginia location is a nine-story, 119,800 square foot Class A office building with panoramic views of the surrounding Sierra Mountains, Truckee Meadows and downtown Reno. This premier office building is located in the downtown Reno Opportunity Zone, within walking distance of the Truckee River, City Hall, the County Courthouse, and the Federal Court Building. It also offers close proximity to Interstate-80, Interstate-580, Reno Tahoe International Airport and the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center. It is also situated less than 5 milliseconds of round-trip latency to the major population centers of Northern California as well as being a major hub for national long-haul fiber. 

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