Telx has leased an additional 69,000 gross square feet at 60 Hudson Street in New York City, expanding its NYC1 data center in the building by 71%. Telx operates the largest critical interconnection area in the building with greatest density of active cross-connects under management. NYC1 leverages Telx’s dense connectivity environments at both the NYC2 data center (111 8th Ave) and the newly established NYC3 data center (32 Avenues of the Americas) offering the collective Telx customer base access to over 600+ network alternatives.
Highlights of Telx’s NYC1 facility include:
- Access to over 400 carriers, ISP’s and enterprise networks
- Access to over 60 financial networks via financial ecosystems at 111 8th Avenue
- Leverage a massive interconnected regional business ecosystem via NYC2 (111 8th Ave) , NYC3 (32 Ave of the Americas), NJR1 and the datacenters NJR2 and NJR3 on the gated Clifton Campus
- Direct access to SFTI Network via 111 8th Avenue connectivity
- Direct access to Telx’s Financial Business Exchange via 111 8th Avenue connectivity
- Telx now encompasses 620,000 gross square feet across 6 facilities in the greater NY/NJ metro area.
“We have experienced tremendous growth this year in the greater New York/New Jersey metro area. Earlier this year we opened our NJR3 data center on our new highly secure Clifton Datacenter Campus; we followed that momentous event with the recent establishment of our third data center in New York City, NYC3 at 32 Avenue of the Americas; and now we continue our investment in Telx’s backyard with the strategic expansion of our NYC1 facility in the heart of the financial district. The extensive expansion of NYC1 at 60 Hudson Street provides Telx’s clients and prospects with robust connectivity and data center solutions in New York City that is unmatched in the region,” said Chris Downie, CEO of Telx.