Data Center POST recently sat down with DataGryd CEO and Principal, Peter Feldman, Arthur Valhuerdi, SVP of Operations, Mona Weisberg, Director of Real Estate, and John Sarkis, Head of Business Development – Cloud Program. DataGryd is a premier data center company headquartered in the heart of New York City at the iconic 60 Hudson Street. It offers efficient space with state-of-the-art power and cooling infrastructure for multi-tenant colocation, data network, telecommunications, cloud, and large enterprise companies to operate. It meets the demand for data processing and data storage centers in New York’s urban market. The company provides 16 MW of primary power and introduced the first planned application of superconducting cable in the world.
We discussed DataGryd’s new Core Cloud Core Ecology™ Solution (Cx2), how the company differentiates itself in the market, goals for this year and what they accomplished at ITW 2016 in Chicago. With Cx2, burgeoning cloud providers can leverage fortified colocation facilities and custom suites to acquire turnkey space without any minimum deployment requirements.
“Cx2 is an offshoot of DataGryd’s data cloud ecology, which is an on-demand space for cloud providers to have a node but also, in a wholesale situation, be able to sell in New York City and expand their operations with minimal exposure,” Mr. Feldman said.
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