IT solutions provider TurnKey Internet today announced completion of their fiber optic interconnection to New York City’s global communication hub, 60 Hudson.
The news comes a few days after the re-release of “TurnKey Desk 2.0”.
– Adam Wills, COO, TurnKey Internet.
The addition of the new, direct fiber optic connection enhances TurnKey Internet’s network redundancy and expands their high-speed connections worldwide.
60 Hudson, located in lower Manhattan, New York, has been the center of telecommunications across the globe for over 80 years.
Opened in the 1930’s, 60 Hudson has since become one of the primary Internet traffic hubs around the world and has expanded into a colocation center, now housing over 100 companies.
TurnKey Internet’s new direct fiber optic access to this location allows for increased connectivity, speed and redundancy to amplify their global network presence.
TurnKey Internet’s SSAE-16 certified data center, located in New York’s Tech Valley, gives the green IT solutions company increased connection to clients across the country and around the globe.
“With the expansion of our data center earlier last month, we have had increased demands and requests for additional network capacity. Whether they are in the stock-trading industry, the ecommerce industry, or if they work with customers around the world, this expansion of our footprint will guarantee our clients the highest performance available,” said Adam Wills, COO, TurnKey Internet.
Here is more information on TurnKey Internet’s colocation services.