Monday October 8, 2012 0 comments
DENVER - PIXIA Corp. today announced it will open a second office in Denver on Oct. 15.
The new PIXIA office will be based in the US Bank building in the Downtown Denver Financial District.
PIXIA said it "looked to Colorado to capitalize on the deep bench of high-tech talent located in the Centennial State, specifically geospatial experienced software engineers."
PIXIA-Denver will focus primarily on continued cutting-edge innovation to the company's core geospatial software product, HIPER LOOK, used to catalog, organize and share large volumes of geospatial data.
PIXIA's investment in Denver is simultaneous to a move of its Virginia headquarters in the Reston Town Center, the company said.
"This is an extremely exciting time for us," said Rudi Ernst, PIXIA CEO. "Considering our focus on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and for its creative, high-tech talent pool, lifestyle and geographically-central location, Denver is a great fit for our second office and we're dedicated to this market."
PIXIA said its new Denver office is an upgraded technological facility that will allow the company to improve quality and scope of services to accommodate growth. The office will be enabled to handle and process geospatial BIG DATA.
The new facility will be equipped with 512 Terabytes of spinning disk storage, a high-performance computing platform, direct fiber connection to its Virginia facilities and a co-located data center.
For more information, visit www.pixia.com.