Ghost Systems Opens Global Headquarters in Incline Village, Nevada
“Because of its ideal geographical location, high availability to massive network fiber infrastructure and abundant affordable power options of the area, we found Reno to be a rare find and one that suits us well. Not to mention the fact that Nevada is a business friendly state and Reno is becoming a significant technology hub rivaling any in the US”, said Donald Ritzman the firm’s CEO. The current construction and expected expansion facility will cost over $210 million to deploy, including $180 million in capital equipment.
“It is exciting to see continued technology growth in the Reno-Sparks area with the addition of the Ghost Systems SafePlace centers.” said Mike Kazmierski, CEO of Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada. “The quality jobs associated with cybersecurity, a growing industry nationally provide an extraordinary addition to our community and will complement our growth in other sectors, like advanced manufacturing.” he said.
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