U.S. colocation and carrier hotel provider, H5 Data Centers, has added presence in 325 Hudson, a 225,000 square-foot data center and carrier hotel in New York City. In partnership with DivcoWest, a multidisciplinary investment firm headquartered in San Francisco, H5 Data Centers will provide data center space and services in the New York data center market.
Complementing existing data centers in key Eastern US metros such as Ashburn, Atlanta, and Cleveland, New York is H5 Data Centers’ 14th US market where it has created data center presence.
325 Hudson is a mixed-use building having access to numerous Megawatts that is ideally placed on the fiber-dense Hudson Street corridor on Manhattan’s west side. Customers at 325 Hudson have access to over 40 different communication networks, as well as the rapidly expanding NetIX and DE-CIX Internet exchanges.
40 Networks, 5 Subsea Cable Networks
“New York is one of the world’s largest communications hubs,” said Josh Simms, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of H5 Data Centers. “H5 Data Centers will work with its customers to build upon the existing interconnection ecosystem at 325 Hudson, which consists of over 40 unique networks. We welcome the opportunity to serve a combination of international communications carriers, Internet exchanges and rapidly-growing segments such as content distribution networks and cloud services providers.”
325 Hudson is centrally placed along the densely fibered Hudson Street corridor, allowing for direct worldwide access. At this data center facility, clients get direct access to five subsea cable networks.