NewCloud Networks, a cloud hosting provider headquartered in Denver, Colorado, has joined the Telx Cloud Xchange ecosystem in Telx’s NYC1 colocation facility in New York. The network density of Telx’s NYC1 data center at 60 Hudson would further optimize NewCloud’s national delivery of ultra-low-latency cloud hosting solutions.
NewCloud Networks specializes in providing hybrid cloud, cloud backup, cloud disaster recovery (DRaaS), desktops as a service (DaaS) and cloud hosted PBX to its 2,500+ customers across the United States. In addition, NewCloud Networks serves compliance-sensitive organizations such as public companies, healthcare, financial services, and legal services with its HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and SSAE/SOC-compliant cloud hosting solutions.
The new cloud hub deployed at Telx‘s NYC1 data center will be NewCloud’s first on the East Coast, serving as a critical element in the company’s national operations and a cornerstone for cloud hosting solutions delivery to Northeast customers.
NewCloud Networks cited the attractiveness of NYC1, part of Telx’s three densely interconnected New York City data centers with 600+ on-site carriers and Internet services as the primary reason for deployment.
“As a provider of custom cloud solutions positioned on value, selecting the right data center for every cloud hub is critical,” said Sam V. Kumar, NewCloud Networks founder and president. “Customers choose NewCloud for 100% uptime, high-performance, secure and compliant cloud solutions at costs competitive to big-name commodity clouds. After conducting months of intensive research on the New York Metro colocation market, we selected Telx NYC1 at 60 Hudson Street for this key relay point in our ultra-low-latency national cloud network.”