Data center and interconnection provider Telx unveiled plans today to do something it has never done before: build a colocation facility from the ground up. The company's 15 other facilities have all been within carrier hotels or other buildings built by other hands. This time, they've got plans to build a three story flagship facility in Clifton NJ, adjacent to its existing data center at 100 Delawanna Ave.
When it opens, the new building will house 215,000 square feet in all, including 100,000 square feet of built out for colocation space. It will be aimed quarely at cloud connectivity, as everything seems to be these days, featuring Telx's advanced connectivity solutions and an energy efficient design of course.
They plan to break ground before the end of the year, with the phase one being ready by the end of next year. Telx has been adding on space over in Manhattan, but there's nothing like a brand new buildout in the suburbs when it comes to adding raw square footage.
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