Originally posted to Data Center POST,

In a recent article that appeared in Crain’s New York Business, journalist Matthew Flamm explored the current growth surge throughout the Big Apple’s technology sector. Citing nearly a dozen organizations, from up-and-coming and innovative e-commerce and advertising technology companies, to venture capital investment database and tech-focused boutique legal firms, Flamm is especially bullish on technology across the New York metro area.

Among the companies Flamm called out for their high growth and demand for services is DataGryd, a leader in data center development and operations based in Manhattan. DataGryd, which offers built-to-suit colocation opportunities to incoming tenants, recently announced the completion of infrastructure updates at its 60 Hudson facility.

As the largest single footprint data center available in New York, DataGryd’s Open-IX OIX-2-certified 60 Hudson Street data center is designed to meet the increasing demand for data processing and storage centers in New York’s urban market, one of the world’s most concentrated hubs of internet connectivity. Leveraging 15 megawatts of primary power and the latest infrastructure updates in cooling and backup within DataGryd’s 60 Hudson Street facility in Lower Manhattan have resulted in 180,000 square-feet of immediately available colocation space. Its enhanced infrastructure systems also provide tenants with superior reliability via redundant power and state-of-the-art monitoring, features that resonate with energy conscious and eco-friendly minded organizations that require maximum uptime.

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