Beeks Financial Cloud, a leading low-latency Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider for financial markets, recently announced that it is partnering with NYI, a global managed hybrid IT solutions provider. Together, the companies are launching a new location in NYI’s NY2 data center, located at 60 Hudson Street in New York City, to deliver additional redundancy and global connectivity options to the market.

“We are delighted to be launching an additional location in New York for our Backup Service, which is currently available in London,” commented Alan Samuel, Chief Sales Officer at Beeks Financial Cloud. “60 Hudson Street is renowned for being one of the world’s most connected buildings and offers our clients greater options with regards to backup redundancy, range of connectivity and ultra-low latencies. I look forward to working with NYI to further increase the quality of our offering.”

As a UK-based company, it is vital for Beeks to leverage local IT resources in New York. NYI, with its signature high-touch approach, will serve as the ideal partner to facilitate this objective. NYI will deliver managed services and logistical support of Beeks’ infrastructure and connectivity within both the NY2 facility and Beeks’ other New York locations, including Equinix NY4.

NYI is well known throughout the New York region for its infrastructure management expertise. The company’s NY2 facility was selected due to its reputation for great resiliency, as well as its strategic location at 60 Hudson Street — a famous carrier hotel offering powerful connectivity advantages and access to over 300 interconnected carriers and exchanges.

This facility stands as Beeks Financial Cloud’s 12th global data center and will provide a highly secure, redundant off-site location for the Beeks Backup Service in New York, offering protection for clients’ server data as well as comprehensive infrastructure management through NYI.

“We are thrilled to welcome Beeks Financial Cloud to our 60 Hudson facility as one of our international clients,” added Phillip Koblence, NYI’s Co-Founder and COO. “NYI has a long history of serving the financial industry and understands the mission-critical nature of having redundancy, low-latency connectivity and the right technical and logistical support to ensure infrastructure optimization and reliability. We are excited to support Beeks here in the U.S.”

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