Delmock Technologies Holds Ribbon Cutting at New FSU Location

Dec 2, 2020 9:55 AM

three men, one woman cut red ribbon Delmock Technologies, Inc., a Baltimore-based certified HUBZone business that provides complex mission-critical IT and health solutions, recently held a ribbon cutting at its new location at the Advanced Technology Center at Frostburg State University.

DTI is the first tenant of ATC, part of the FSU Innovation Park. FSU students have already landed research internships with DTI, which is committed to “educate and train a pipeline of workers with digital and technology skills necessary to support the Advanced Technology Center in Frostburg” and grow Western Maryland’s IT workforce.

“It was a long time coming, but we’re excited,” Antonio Jones, DTI’s chief strategy officer, commented at the in-person ceremony held on Nov. 24. “The sky is the limit for us at this point in time.”

Those in attendance at the ribbon cutting, either in person or virtually, included DTI CEO/President Winston DeLattiboudere, FSU President Dr. Ron Nowaczyk, Maryland Senator George Edwards, Maryland Delegate Mike McKay and Allegany County Commission President Jake Shade, among others.

“We are grateful for the strong support demonstrated by Allegany County and our legislative delegation for making DTI’s expansion into our area possible,” said FSU’s Vice President for Regional Development and Engagement Al Delia. “FSU looks forward to a close partnership with DTI to help establish programs, including a remote work center, to benefit Allegany County and the entire region.”

For more information on DTI, visit the Delmock Technologies web site. For more information on FSU’s Innovation Park and Advanced Technology Center, contact Delia at 301-687-4111.