The demand for data center space has reached record levels. Key drivers of this demand are: the need for content delivery via Software as a Service (SaaS) enabled applications which require high performance, the financial services industry which needs low-latency to exchanges and a robust facility, and the Cloud services boom that is accelerating demand for private cloud in the general enterprise market.
Centrally located between the new upcoming Mahwah Exchange and New York City Financial District, FiberMedia Group’s (FMG) Secaucus data center includes built-in ultra-low latency dark and lit connections to these markets. Businesses running mission-critical high-speed production applications with large bandwidth transport requirements are able to quickly transact with all NY Metro financial exchanges. Recently, FMG announced that they are creating over 30,000 square feet of customer colocation real estate — twice as much as their current offering.
After winning the accounts with large deployments, mostly in the media space, FMG’s dramatic growth is continuing. Michael Bucheit, FiberMedia CEO says the company has immediate visibility on 10,000 square feet of additional demand. They are planning to add another 34, 000 square feet in the near future to accommodate the industry’s accelerated growth rate.
By continuing to increase their inventory and staying flexible to changing conditions, FMG is positioned to handle the demand from the financial services, general enterprise, and media markets for high-performance, low-latency data centers.