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Concept3D Brings Virtual Tour Platform to Virginia Data Centers

Concept3D has become known for its work in creating virtual reality (VR) tours and interactive maps of various locations which can be used in various ways for areas such as sales, marketing and training. The company has now announced it has been working with CoreSite to launch a virtual tour is a state-of-the-art data centre in Reston, Virginia.

The CoreSite Reston campus includes three facilities, VA1, VA2 and VA3. The facility is planned to offer over a million square feet of data centre, with approximately 100 megawatts of capacity. The Concept3D platform was selected to showcase the facilities and features of the data centre.

The Concept3D platform features a mini-map that allows the user to orient themselves and also shows the locations of various points of interest in relation to the facility. Concept3D will also be displaying the various capabilities of the facility, such as its native access to networks and cloud services, such as AWS Direct Connect, Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute, Alibaba Cloud and IBM Cloud Direct Link.

“The CoreSite team has done a fantastic job of building out its virtual tour using the Concept3D platform,” said Robert Johnson, Vice President of Sales, Concept3D. “CoreSite benefits from virtual tours as the technology enables it to give prospective customers an immersive, first-hand experience of its facilities and technology. Virtual tours can be used for existing facilities like CoreSite’s VA2, as well as for sites under development to enable the sales and marketing teams to accelerate the sales process.”

“We are excited to launch the virtual tour, it will be instrumental in driving sales conversations and providing content for marketing campaigns,” said Brenda Van der Steen, Vice President of Marketing at CoreSite. “The virtual tour can also serve our training needs, giving employees and partners a way to explore a facility remotely.”

The CoreSite data centre virtual tour can be found on the CoreSite website. For future coverage of Concept3D and other VR projects, keep checking back with VRFocus.