New customers and connectivity options for five data centers in five cities from this week:
Telx picked up some new business from Atlas communications Technology on the east coast. The cloud-based UC solutions provider is expanding its footprint into both Telx’s NYC (60 Hudson) and NJ (100 Delawanna Ave) data centers. The combination of colo and intrconnection works well when it comes to serving their financial vertical customers.
Down in Texas, Data Foundry also picked up a new customer. mobi is moving into their Austin facility, which will help power its location-based SaaS solutions. Seems like just yesterday Data Foundry was breaking ground on that new Texas 1 facility.
Meanwhile, Interxion added a financial vertical customer over in London. G.H. Financials has joined the many others of its sector in the data center specialists’s City of London campus. G.H. Financials offers services on derivatives exchanges around the world from offices in Chicago, Hong Kong, and of course London.
CoreSite got a big bandwidth upgrade to one of its key network partners out in Los Angeles. Pacnet has pushed its transpacific connectivity services into One Wilshire up to 100Gbps. Pacnet has been busy rolling out its SDN-powered, cloud-enabling network across the APAC region, and Los Angeles is a key eastern node of that system.
And in Chicago, Continuum Data Centers is adding a high profile dark fiber provider to its stable of connectivity. Zayo is building into their 603 Discovery Drive facility in New West Chicago, soon to offer low latency connectivity back to other key locatitivity back to other key locations in the area like 350 East Cermak and 2905 Diehl in Aurora.
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