The interconnectivity specialist Telx has announced the establishment of a third data center in its main hub city. Yep, they've got another facility in Manhattan lined up to go with their presence at 60 Hudson and 111 8th Ave.
Telx's new NYC3 is at 32 Avenue of the Americas, where they've teamed up with the Rudin Family. They'll be assuming exclusive operation of the carrier neutral meet-me-room known as the Hub, which will be tied tightly together with their other two interconnection facilities.
They'll also be developing a data center on the 10th floor with an initial installment of 72,000 square feet to go with the HUB of course. In all, the expansion will give Telx some 550,000 square feet of space in the NY/NJ metro region.
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