Telx Opens New Cloud Connection Center In Silicon Valley

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DAILYHOSTNEWS, December 7, 2011 – Data center provider Telx recently revealed an expansion of its data center presence in Silicon Valley.

With the move, the company’s Santa Clara, California Cloud Connection Center receives an additional 32 thousand square feet of room.

Commenting on the matter in a press release, Telx President and CFO Chris Downie stated, “Leveraging our new Vantage Data Centers campus location, Telx is well positioned to meet the demands of Silicon Valley organizations by offering a rich portfolio of colocation and interconnection services—at the lowest energy pricing—that surpass area competitors.”

The Santa Clara facility will provide interconnection and colocation. The data center facility’s current anchor tenant is Vantage Data Centers.

Telx recently announced (in November) that cloud provider Cirracore had joined the company’s Cloud XChange, a partnership that makes Cirracore’s cloud service available to Telx customers in the Atlanta, Georgia area.

As a colocation provider, Telx has various data centers throughout the United States, including others in Chicago, Charlotte, New York, Phoenix, and more.

About Telx
Telx is a leading provider of interconnection and data center services in strategic, high demand North American markets.  With 17 premier facilities, Telx increases speed to market and reduces connectivity costs by providing direct connections to a community of the industry’s highest performance networks and access to 950+ customers, including leading telecommunications carriers, ISPs, cloud providers, content providers and enterprises. Telx is a privately held company headquartered in New York City with five facilities in the New York Metro area, two facilities in Chicago, two facilities in Dallas, four facilities in California, (Los Angeles, San Francisco, and two in Santa Clara) and facilities in Atlanta, Miami, Phoenix and Charlotte, N.C. Website:


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