Today’s roundup looks at this week’s other developments in the datacenter space:
DE-CIX New York has turned up another node on its internet exchange with a familiar interconnection name. They’ve expanded into two of Telx’s facilities, NYC1 at 60 Hudson and NYC2 at 111 8th Ave. You don’t get much more connected than those two spots are.
vXchnge has had two customer wins this week. Hurricane Electric has expanded its IP backbone into the company’s Santa Clara location with a new PoP. And on the other side of the continent, the cloud services provider Madison Technology has moved into vXchnge’s location in Chappaqua, NY. vXchnge’s name has been coming up more and more of late, enough that I’ve almost gotten used to typing six consecutive consonants without spraining a finger.
CirrusHosting has expanded its relationship with Cologix up in Canada. They’ll be leveraging interconnection assets across the Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver facilities to help power their managed hosting, colo, and cloud.
CyrusOne has finished up with upgrades at its North Cincinnati facility, upgrading the infrastructure generally and prepping 30,000 new square feet of space. Along with all the square footage they have down in Texas, CyrusOne also has seven in and around Cincinnati. They were, of course, part of Cincinnati Bell not so long ago.
Sentinel has a new fiber connectivity partner at both of its facilities. Level 3 has built fiber into both NJ-1 in Somerset NJ and NC-1 in Durham, NC. The latter facility is Sentinel’s newest, with 420K square feet of space.
And Sabey is doing more with Intergate.Manhattan than cages. They’ve made 500K square feet of high security, technology-based office space available at 375 Pearl. It’s a big, big building of course, and Sabey hopes the combination of modern office space and data center will make up a ‘digital factory’ for lower Manhattan.