Governor Brian Sandoval joined city and county lawmakers Wednesday in welcoming a new data center to the Biggest Little City.
The new 20,000 square foot NJVC facility on Professional Circle is bringing 20 new jobs with it - each with a starting salary of about $90,000.
At today's ribbon-cutting, Governor Sandoval said his administration is focused on attracting technology companies like this to the Silver State.
"This is a very nice complement to the Apple project that was recently announced. I think people are starting to realize that the state of Nevada's a great place for technology, to locate their companies, to raise a family, to educate their kids, the whole package is right here."
NJVC's president says our city's easy access to power, infrastructure and a pool of highly-educated workers all helped them pick Reno.
The company plans to work with the University of Nevada and Washoe County School District to encourage greater education in the information technology field.