Manhattan, New York is home to many major technology companies but an area called Hudson Square continues to see an influx. Hudson Square is home to some of the largest buildings in the vicinity, for example 111 Eighth Avenue and the Chelsea Market. Along with these large buildings comes large names in the industry. Google announced it had purchased St. John’s Terminal for $2.1 billion and Disney plans to have their new headquarters in a 1.2 square foot b building.
Two national leading companies have decided to partner in order to enable companies expanding or relocating their data center and colocation services an opportunity to leverage premier colocation and connectivity services. The partnership between DE-CIX and H5 Data Centers will offer unsurpassed access to content, cloud, carrier, application, and service provider networks. DE-CIX New York is the fourth largest IX in North America and is the largest carrier and data center neutral IX in the New York/New Jersey market. VP and General Manager of DE-CIX North America said, “While we have been present at 325 Hudson since we launched DE-CIX New York over 7.5 years ago, we very much welcome the opportunity to start a new relationship with H5 Data Centers. We look forward to working with H5 Data Centers, and the strength of their national footprint, to take 325 Hudson to the next level”.
DE-CIX’s North American IXs are interconnected, enabling the ability to peer with networks connected to any of DE-CIX IXs in the market. DE-CIX as a service solution empowers data center operators like H5 Data Center to deploy their own IX, particularly attractive for edge markets. To learn more about the partnership, click here.
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