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Cushman & Wakefield Awarded Agency for Tri-State Region's Newest Data Center
CoreSite's enterprise-class 280,000-square-foot NY2 facility provides cloud access and global connectivity
Totaling 280,000 square feet and located in Secaucus, the data center became fully operational on December 1, 2013. The facility has low-latency connection to CoreSite's existing NY1 facility in Manhattan, as well as data centers at 111 8th Avenue and 60 Hudson Street in New York, 165 Halsey Street in Newark, N.J., and 275 Hartz Way in Secaucus. The building has diverse fiber-optic POEs, MDS and IDS with multiple native fiber providers.
"NY2 is designed to solve customer requirements for reliable, secure, high-performance support of critical IT infrastructure,"
CoreSite's new facility is designed with the flexibility to accommodate build-to-suit, powered shell, wholesale or colocation. Within a colocation operation, customer deployments may range from cabinets to cages or private suites. Customers will be able to access CoreSite's Open Cloud Exchange and AWS Direct Connect in the facility.
"In keeping with CoreSite's strong record of reliability, evidenced by three straight years of six 9s uptime across the company, NY2 is designed to deliver superior reliability to the local market. As a key component, the data center and all electrical and mechanical systems are above the 500-year floodplain,"
NY2 also offers customer amenities including an on-site covered parking garage, office space and conference rooms, and a tech lounge with televisions, seating and a kitchen.
Based in Denver, Colorado, CoreSite operates sixteen data centers in eight markets, including Denver, New York/New Jersey, Boston, Washington, D.C./Northern Virginia, Miami, Chicago, Silicon Valley and Los Angeles. The company's data center solutions host more than 750 enterprises, carriers and mobile operators, content and cloud providers and media and entertainment companies.
"NY2 is uniquely qualified to offer the most complete solution among any data centers that have recently come on-line within the tri-state marketplace,"
Evelyn Weiss Francisco