Companies large and small are on a perpetual mission to find colocation opportunities in high-density markets with superior, customizable connectivity. Manhattan is among the most sought-after markets in the U.S., and finding space to house data within those confines is a difficult task. In order to provide customers with a broad range of colocation and connectivity options in this desirable market, TELEHOUSE and DataGryd have joined forces, bringing their enterprise-grade services to the heart of New York.
Deploying their premier services in DataGryd’s 60 Hudson Street data center, TELEHOUSE brings to the market more optionality for customers looking to host data in NYC. The partnership provides tenants access to high-density, customizable data center space, along with strong connections in one of the world’s most concentrated hubs of Internet connectivity.
The 60 Hudson data center employs proprietary MicroGryd™ technology to bring customers high-level energy efficiency and dual contingencies. With direct primary utility feeds of up to 12,000 KW of power, this best-in-class data center features 300 interconnected carriers and exchanges with multiple Points of Entry (POEs), all while requiring no cross-connect fees or obligatory use of third-party Meet-Me Rooms (MMRs).
In conjunction, TELEHOUSE brings to the table high security, power-protected environments for data storage. Providing the ability to connect to state-of-the-art peering exchanges in New York (NYIIX) and Los Angeles (LAIIX), TELEHOUSE enables the superior technology and service offerings that set the DataGryd data center apart from the competition as demand for custom, high-densityFYI space and connectivity continues to grow within the New York market.
To learn more about this new partnership, be sure to read the full release here.