Here’s a quick rundown of some news from the data center space:
NJFX’s recently completed data center down in Wall NJ is apparently going to have a sibling. NJFX has expanded its campus with another 48 acres of land, on which they are now planning an additional 80,000 square feet of colo space. NJFX sits next to Tata’s cable landing station, offering interconnection on the spot and connectivity options that can bypass New York City on the way to places like Ashburn or Chicago.
Sabey has a new network tenant to announce this morning. PacketFabric, which just got its launch in January, has expanded into four of Sabey’s data centers. PacketFabric has been rolling out an SDN-powered network platform aimed at cloud networking, and that expansion has now reached into Sabey’s Manhattan, Seattle, Ashburn, and Quincy WA locations.
CoreSite has won an expanded relationship with US Dedicated, an IaaS provider. US Dedicated was already in CoreSite’s Los Angeles and Chicago facilities, and has now deployed into its New York footprint as well. CoreSite has facilities both in Secaucus, NJ and Manhattan.
Equinix is broadening the reach of the Equinix Cloud Exchange over in Europe. They are extending into Dublin, Milan, and Stockholm, offering direct, private access to the platform and the 500 providers in its ecosystem. Those three cities will complement the existing core markets of London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris, and Zurich.
Colo Atl has another network tenant from the Fiber Network Alliance. SyncGlobal Telecom is moving into their Atlanta data center, where they will be accessing the interconnection capabilities through the Meet-Me room there. SyncGlobal operates network in western and northwestern Georgia, reaching into Tennessee as well.
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