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NY Metro stands far apart from the story of the global economic landscape. The demand in the NY Metro area continues to escalate relentlessly. Studies and research continues to reflect that the pace of the growing need for colocation space doesn’t show signs of waning anytime soon.
The FiberMedia Group is meeting the growing demands for data center space in the NY Metro area by expanding their flagship Secaucus, NJ facility. Taking over the first floor of the building, they are creating over 30,000 square feet of customer colocation real estate. This is a 100% increase over their current offering.
Who are they going after? The demands in Financial Services, Healthcare, Information Technology and Content & Media providers continues to grow, and we hear that a number of companies already have their sites on the new space.
What can new clients expect? The same great service along with 15,000 square feet of fully air conditioned high-powered density space that FiberMedia’s engineers and team are ready to custom design to support client’s cloud and managed service needs. Business continuity was at the forefront of this expansion, with the facility’s capabilities of offering six layers of security.
And because the demand continues to grow… FiberMedia let us know that they have future plans to continue growing their Secaucus Location. They are eyeing taking over the entire 2nd floor of the building. This space acquisition will add another 34,000 square feet, which would increase this locations’ square footage to over 80,000 square feet.
FiberMedia’s expansion plans are not limited to Secaucus NJ. Customers will be able to resource the colocation space they need in any one of their five data centers throughout the region, and they aren’t stopping there.
Is your company looking for a data center service provider with flexibility, capability and understanding the needs of your growing business? Contact email@example.com today. Your NY Metro infrastructure solution partner starts here.
Healthcare IT is a $2.6 trillion services industry. One of the key drivers, cited by The Boyd Reports ‘Healthcare Services Industry: A Comparative Cost Analysis for Information Assurance Operations,‘ is security. Other key factors include capital spending and site selection as key considerations for companies within the healthcare services industry. The study recently published by Boyd, a company that provides independent site selection counsel to leading U.S. and overseas corporations, explores the healthcare data security center costs across 50 U.S. cities. The report explores the total operating costs for each city and breaks these operational costs down. For instance, New York City, which is ranked the most expensive city to operate a Healthcare data center, could cost companies over $31.6 million. Calculations include labor costs, power, property and sales tax, HVAC costs and travel (to and from). This figure, compared to the study’s lowest cost city, Sioux Falls, SD comes in at just over $17 million for the same considerations. Is a NYC address worth more than double the cost of the nation’s lowest cost healthcare IT facility location?
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There’s an insider and an outsider’s perspective to telecom network and bandwidth solutions. In articles like Anton Troianovski from the Wall Street Journal, it’s easy to understand why the outside view is skeptical about dark fiber network builds since more than 10 years ago the telecom bubble burst and wiped out more than $2 trillion in stock market wealth for many industry folks – who are still in the game. But boutique providers like Cross River Fiber are specifically meeting the demands of their customers and selecting their routes carefully and cautiously.