The colocation data center from ColoHouse in the fifteenfortyseven (1547 CSR) flagship facility in Orangeburg, New York, will add Windstream Wholesale to its connectivity portfolio in February 2023. The first of several upcoming data centers in this area, Windstream Wholesale’s connection at 1 Ramland Rd. will serve as a long-term Point of Presence (POP) of Windstream’s ICON network.
ColoHouse’s data center is situated at 1 Ramland Rd., Orangeburg, close to the area’s main roads and approximately 18 miles from Midtown Manhattan. Over 30,000 square feet are taken up by ColoHouse’s two data center halls, and another 25,000 square feet will be operational by 2023. Low latency access to Manhattan and the adjacent regions of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut is provided through the New York carrier-neutral infrastructure.
In order to meet client demand and its growing network footprint, Windstream Wholesale deliberately decided to link to this data center. Their new sales team focuses in giving Fortune 100 firms, especially those in the banking industry, fundamental backbone data services.
The first of several upcoming data centers in this area, Windstream Wholesale’s connection at 1 Ramland Rd. will serve as a long-term Point of Presence (POP) of Windstream’s ICON network. The most direct path with the least amount of delay into and out of the data center is taken by Wholesale from 1 Ramland Road into New York City.
“Adding to our ecosystem of carriers at ColoHouse is an integral part of our mission to provide a digital foundation that connects our customers with impactful technology solutions and services,” said Steve Rogers, Senior Vice President of Sales at ColoHouse. “ColoHouse is constantly working with carriers to come into our state-of-the-art, top-tier data centers to offer security and connectivity for customers. We are excited for this partnership with Windstream Wholesale to deliver an option for their customers looking for space and connectivity in New York but without the real estate price tag in Manhattan.”
Intelligent Converged Optical Network
“These new partnerships support our network growth and the increasing connectivity needs of our customers,” said Joe Scattareggia, Chief Revenue Officer for Windstream Wholesale. “This connection allows us to provide the most direct path into Manhattan with the lowest latency. We’re able to serve customers and area data centers most effectively and have the crucial advanced point of presence necessary to quickly turn up services for larger customers.”
Windstream Wholesale is a telecommunications company that provides data, voice, and cloud services to telecommunications carriers, enterprise, and government customers. They offer a range of services such as Ethernet, wavelength, managed services, and more to help customers manage and scale their networks. Windstream Wholesale operates a U.S. wide network infrastructure, with extensive fiber-optic network, providing connectivity to major U.S. cities, data centers, and Internet Exchange Points (IXPs).
The Windstream team is prepared to start accepting orders in February for this carrier-neutral data center, which has several opportunities both inside and outside of the present Windstream Wholesale client base.
By offering open and disaggregated networking infrastructure, Windstream’s Intelligent Converged Optical Network (ICON) enables wholesale and enterprise technology customers to choose distinctive custom routes, maintain operational insights with Windstream’s Network Intelligence functions, and position their networks closer to the edge to better serve end users.
The Intelligent Converged Optical Network from Windstream is a “cutting-edge” optical network created to fulfill the rising need for dependable, high-speed connection among commercial and government clients. The network is built to consolidate various traffic types, including data, voice, and video, into a single platform, improving efficiency and scalability.
The Intelligent Converged Optical Network, which is based on the most recent optical transport technology, enables Windstream to provide its clients with high-bandwidth, low-latency services. It would give the network more flexibility and agility, allowing Windstream Wholesale to adapt more swiftly to shifting customer demands.