ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — FatPipe announced Wednesday it is expanding to Rio Rancho this summer.
The company, which currently runs a co-working space at the old Albuquerque High School in Downtown Albuquerque, will open a new space in the AMREP Building at 333 Rio Rancho Boulevard. According to a news release from the Sandoval Economic Alliance, the new space will open sometime in July.
FatPipe says its facilities come with furniture, multi-media equipment, IT infrastructure and a fiber “fat pipe” to the Internet. It also offers mentoring, workshops and training and can help connect businesses to investors and potential partners.
Space at the Albuquerque facility can be rented on a drop-in or monthly basis. Wednesday’s news release did not provide details for rates in Rio Rancho.