Data centers provider Telx today announced opening of its 20th data center at 32 Avenue of the Americas (6th Ave), New York City.
The new facility NYC3 is Telx’s 3 third within New York City and sixth within the greater NY/NJ metro area covering over 550,000 gross square feet.
Multi-generational real estate organization The Rudin Family has chosen Telx as a long term strategic partner to exclusively manage and operate the HUB, the carrier-neutral meet me room at 32 Avenue of the Americas. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
The HUB aggregates voice, data and wireless service providers in a single network dense facility. Assuming exclusive operation of the HUB, Telx will develop a new 10th floor data center with the opportunity for expansion onto multiple additional floors in the building.
– Chris Downie, President and Chief Financial Officer, Telx.
Infrastructure Specifications of the new NYC3 facility are:
- Building: 27 stories, 1,150,000 sq/ft. Telx Leased: 44,415 sft.
- Flood Zone: Outside 500 year flood plain.
- Seismic: Zone 2A.
- Utility Power: 1440 kW, UPS Power Capacity: 1200 kW, UPS Redundancy: N+1, Power Density: 200.
- Secondary Power:Generator Redundancy: N+1
- Cooling: Cooling Redundancy: N+1
- Roof: Membrane and reinforced concrete decking, Roof rights: Yes.
- Floor Loading: 200 lbs/sf
- Fiber and Building Entry: Diverse conduit entry points.
- Security: 24×7 manned security.
Some of the key highlights of Telx’s NYC3 Facility are:
- The data center agreement establishes an initial 72,000 square feet with additional opportunity for growth.
- Telx will exclusively operate the MMR Interconnection facility within NYC3 and incorporate its interconnection portfolio of services along with tying all three Telx NYC metro facilities together via the Telx Metro Cross Connect network.
- Telx adds “on” island diversity options for critical connectivity centric infrastructure and complements these options with “off” island cost-effective Tier III mission-critical environments outside the 500-year flood plain.
- Line-of-sight advantages for point-to-point microwave data transmission.
- Rudin will now be able to leverage Telx’s broad interconnection experience to the benefit of their customers.
NYC3’s (32 Avenue of the Americas) Interconnection Center will leverage Telx’s dense connectivity environments at both NYC1 (60 Hudson) and NYC2 (111 8th Ave), thereby offering the collective Telx customer base access to over 600+ network alternatives.
Telx’s Marketplace will incorporate Rudin’s existing 32 Avenue of the Americas community to strengthen interconnection opportunities between NYC3 clients and the rest of Telx’s five other New York/New Jersey regional facilities.
Telx also plans to will deploy its expertise and industry-leading procedures to enable the continued growth within NYC3 while allowing for client adherence to customized compliance requirements.
Here is more information on Telx’s NYC3 Facility.