New York City-based Telx, a provider of colocation and global interconnectivity services, has announced plans to expand its US presence with the opening of a west coast headquarters in San Francisco supporting Telx’s growing data center portfolio.
The opening of the San Francisco office is part of Telx’s growth strategy in the western United States. In addition to existing core connectivity exchange locations in San Francisco’s SFR1, Santa Clara’s SCL1 and in Los Angeles’s LOS1 data centers, new enterprise data center launches include:
- Santa Clara – SCL2, a 40,000 Square foot colocation facility at 2820 Northwestern Parkway, Santa Clara, California
- Seattle – SEA1, a 116,000 gross square foot colocation facility at 3433 S 120th Place, Tuckwilla, Washington
- Portland – PRT1, a 54,000 gross square foot colocation facility at 3825 NW Aloclek Place, Hillsboro, Oregon
“Our new data centers deliver an enterprise class of infrastructure with comprehensive levels of design and support throughout the sales and implementation process,” said Chris Downie, CEO for Telx. “Establishing a west coast headquarters in San Francisco enables us to deliver the same level of excellent service we are known for on the east coast.”