By: Evan Stanford
As consumer expectations for instantaneous communication and information sharing grow, telecommunication companies must prioritize lowering latency and increasing data capacity. Interconnection hubs are an indispensable source of infrastructure and connectivity for carriers looking to increase resilience and further scale their business.
JEMB Realty recently selected NYI to re-establish 75 Broad Street as an NYC interconnection hub. This partnership will leverage the building’s abundant existing telecommunications assets and considerable investments from ownership to rebuild the carrier ecosystem and restore 75 Broad to its significant position in the city’s digital landscape.
Situated in the heart of the Financial District, the iconic 75 Broad building boasts a rich telecommunications history. This venue offers a vast and well-established portfolio of telecom assets with dozens of points of entry, an extensive conduit infrastructure and exceptional fiber connectivity from a multitude of fiber network providers.
JEMB Realty has invested 15 Million USD into the building’s power infrastructure to ensure seamless continuity of operations for its carrier tenants. In addition, NYI will act as a strategic operating partner, managing the sales, business development, marketing, and customer success functions for digital infrastructure and interconnection activities at 75 Broad Street. This combination will provide carriers with JEMB Realty’s resilient and scalable infrastructure and NYI’s deep technical expertise and full suite of managed infrastructure services.
To learn more about NYI, visit www.nyi.net
To learn more about JEMB Realty, visit www.jembrealty.com