Originally posted to Data Center POST

Powered by DataGryd, the premier data center provider in Manhattan, The Interconnect Hub podcast  reveals the behind the scenes of global data  interconnection. Each podcast episode  features industry experts exploring various topics related to connectivity, data centers and the foggy ever-reliant cloud infrastructure we all use. For the inaugural episode, Tom Brown, President and CEO of DataGryd shares what he’s been doing as the head of the single largest footprint of data center infrastructure in NYC.  Brown elaborates how the iconic location has evolved from solely telephone carriers in 1930 to interconnecting all forms of data in the present day,  the vision behind DataGryd, and what makes DataGryd so unique.

The Story of DataGryd

“The Interconnect Hub podcast is centered around the most recognizable address in all of data communications, 60 Hudson Street, New York” begins Brown. Originally built in 1930 and formerly the headquarters of Western Union, 60 Hudson Street quickly became known as the world’s largest telegraph building upon its opening. DataGryd, founded in 2011, revitalized the foundational groundwork of communications infrastructure to transform the iconic location into one of the world’s most strategic international data network hubs. The world class facility continues to implement the latest technology to provide enhanced global data transport and storage services for telecommunications, cloud, and content delivery network (CDN) providers.

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