Basin Street Properties announced last month it signed a long-term lease at its 200 South Virginia building in downtown Reno with Deep Edge Realty. Among other services, Deep Edge Technologies, of which Deep Edge Realty operates under, is an information technology company offers location-focused infrastructure and interconnection solutions “proven to decrease network backhaul costs while increasing end user performance,” according to a Nov. 18 press release. “200 South Virginia provides us with the space, power and access to global networks we need to interconnect tenants in our Content Access Data Center (CADC) and at 200 South Virginia with each other, and the world,” Martin Hannigan, founder and CEO of Deep Edge Realty, said in a statement. According to the company’s website, Deep Edge, though the use of meet-me rooms and powered shell space, delivers location-focused interconnection solutions in Tier 2 and Tier 3 markets to drive ecosystem-wide cost reductions and improve network performance. Located on the sixth floor of 200 South Virginia, Deep Edge’s Reno data center offers interconnections to more than 10 regional service providers in addition to the Tahoe Internet Exchange (Tahoe-IX), which is based in the same building’s seventh floor. “We are thrilled Deep Edge Realty is joining our current tenant mix at 200 South Virginia,” Scott Stranzl, Chief Portfolio Officer at Basin Street said, in a statement. “The concept of a network interconnection ‘Meet Me Room’ and their ‘Content Hotel’ offering for digital enablement is a new addition to our Reno properties. We look forward to providing Deep Edge Realty with the necessary space to successfully bridge the digital divide and to improve network performance.” Based in Boston, Deep Edge also operates a data center in Charlotte, North Carolina.