Ribbon Cutting: Exospec

  • Date: Jan 12, 2018 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Address: 125 West Market Street, Warren, OH
  • Contact: Tyler Harden
  • Email: tyler@exospec.us
  • Phone: 330.818.2970

exospec has announced that it will open its corporate headquarters in downtown Warren, just two weeks after establishing an administrative office inside the Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center, Warren's bustling energy and innovation incubator.  exospec will celebrate the announcement, along with completion of a network infrastructure overhaul for TBEIC, at this ribbon cutting ceremony.

The company is an information technology enterprise comprised of divisions: intelligent managed services, carrier & fiber network infrastructure, consulting, and commercial/government sales of cloud services, computer hardware, and network equipment.

exospec Vice President Michael Coppola said, "We're excited to bring this addition to the Mahoning Valley to satisfy the growing needs for our services as technology continues to become a more integral part of everyday life and business, and build a reputation as one of the best IT managed services and local business development providers. This addition will act as a platform to establish our 24/7 network operations and high-caliber engineering services for local and surrounding industries, and act as a foundation for what I believe is the basis of exponential growth for local business and the local economy."

To meet the demands for cloud, information and network technology expertise, exospec is putting together an innovative and comprehensive plan to spur growth in and meet the needs of the area. exospec is excited to establish strategic partnerships and acquire input from community leaders, business owners, city and county government.

"Locating to Warren was an easy decision, it affords us the ability to tend to our local clients while simultaneously operating nationally," said Tyler Harden, president of exospec. "Warren offers a unique opportunity. Bitcoin, self-driving cars, and Artificial Intelligence have become more popular in society than the modicum of technologies that are required to bring a city up to date with the world around it.  If we can foster awareness for ideas like data centers, fiber optic internet, and managed services, we can work together to achieve the success of cities like Chicago and San Francisco; two epicenters of today's economy…

Our plan focuses on creating jobs and attracting businesses with investment and execution of projects such as opening a commercial data center in the area. We are working to establish ourselves as the first local ultra-high-speed wireless internet service provider (WISP).”

Learn more at  http://exospec.us/.