DataGryd, a data center company headquartered in the heart of New York City offering colocation, interconnection and cloud services, has announced the completion of infrastructure updates at its 60 Hudson data center – with built-to-suit colocation opportunities for incoming tenants.
Leveraging 15 megawatts of primary power and the latest infrastructure updates in cooling and backup within DataGryd’s 60 Hudson Street facility in Lower Manhattan, have resulted in 180,000 square-feet of immediately available colocation space. Its enhanced infrastructure systems would provide tenants with reliable colocation services via redundant power and “state-of-the-art” monitoring.
As one of the largest single footprint data centers available in New York, DataGryd’s Open-IX OIX-2-certified 60 Hudson Street data center is designed to meet the increasing demand for data processing and storage centers in New York’s urban market – one of the world’s most concentrated hubs of Internet connectivity.
DataGryd’s 60 Hudson data center delivers access to over 300 interconnected carriers and exchanges, with multiple Points of Entry (POEs) from diverse data network providers and direct fiber conduits. The high-density colocation space uses a proprietary MicroGryd technology, offering dual contingencies and delivering “the highest value in energy efficiency” with direct primary utility feeds offering up to 12,000 kW of power.
The facility also offers a turn-key, high-power data center space known as the MegaSuite, which provides technology-driven operational efficiencies that would result in reduced costs for entry and power. Each suite is tenant-optimized, “delivering low operational and capital expenses to maximize clients’ capital preservation.” In addition to these offerings, DataGryd recently launched its new Cloud Core Ecology Solution (Cx2) at ITW 2016. This on-demand space leverages fortified colocation facilities and custom suites with minimal deployment requirements for burgeoning cloud providers.