Colocation Space and Power available at TELEHOUSE's 25 Broadway and 7 Teleport Facilities

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TELEHOUSE America has freed up space and power in both of its New York data center facilities.  Their Broadway Center,  located at 25 Broadway in Manhattan and 7 Teleport on Staten Island are now available for new technology tenants including Financial trading firms, enterprise businesses, carriers, ISPs and more.  This is an interesting announcement for TELEHOUSE as space and power, specifically at 25 Broadway, has been hard to come by.  With the new space and power, companies can gain access to TELEHOUSE’s low-latency connectivity between its facilities and to the major Wall Street firms due to its close proximity to the NYSE and other key financial trading facilities downtown.  In addition, carriers and ISPs gain access to Manhattan’s leading public peering exchange – the New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX). 

For the complete press release, please continue to read below:

 TELEHOUSE America Announces Availability of Additional   Power and Colocation in Key New York Market

Staten Island and New York, NY, USA – December 22, 2009– TELEHOUSE America (www.telehouse.com), the United States’ leading provider of dedicated data centers, international Internet exchanges and managed IT services, announces it has reserved colocation space and power in its New York data center facilities, located at 25 Broadway, New York, NY and at 7 Teleport Staten Island, NY, for clients seeking access to multiple service providers offering low-latency connectivity solutions.  This space and power availability is essential, not only to clients that require low-latency colocation solutions, but to those seeking access to the New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX).  This comes on the heels of TELEHOUSE America’s announcement that its New York Internet Exchange (NYIIX) recently became the most heavily trafficked public Internet exchange point in the city.

With this space and power available at its 25 Broadway and 7 Teleport facilities, TELEHOUSE America can accommodate a wide selection of verticals including financial service organizations, gaming companies, Voice over IP (VoIP) providers, Internet Service Providers and digital content providers.   Both carrier-neutral sites are rich with redundant and diverse interconnection options, as well as interconnectivity to other key New York Metro carrier hotels such as 60 Hudson Street and 111 Eighth Avenue. 

TELEHOUSE America’s New York facilities offer a wide variety of data center and connectivity options and solutions to global and regional organizations.  By offering direct access to the NYIIX public peering platform, Internet Service Providers gain a strategic public IP interconnection point, which boasts over 120 peers exchanging traffic at peak rates over 80 Gbps.  TELEHOUSE America’s additional services include its portfolio of Manage-E solutions that ensure 24/7 network support, from help desk to comprehensive IT Infrastructure Management.

In addition, TELEHOUSE’s New York data centers offer several interconnection options, including IP Transit, providing direct Internet connectivity as low as 1 mbps, in addition to Global Interlink, connecting customers across the Atlantic Ocean via VLAN Ethernet. The Global Interlink Ethernet solution is available between TELEHOUSE America’s data centers at 25 Broadway and 7 Teleport, Staten Island in New York and 626 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles and Telehouse Europe’s data center facilities at Coriander Avenue in The Docklands, London (both North and East), 137 Boulevard Voltaire in Paris and 1, rue Pablo Picasso in Magny-les-Hameaux, France.  In addition, access to the Global Interlink US-Europe Ethernet network is also available from and between Equinix’s facilities in Chicago, IL and Ashburn, VA as well as Switch and Data facilities located in Palo Alto, CA and Dallas, TX.

“With the rapid growth of Internet-related applications and services, many different companies, not just traditional communication providers, require reliable colocation with critical access and network services that TELEHOUSE America now offers,” comments Akio Sugeno, Sr. Director Business Development, Internet Engineering & Operations for TELEHOUSE America. “The additional space and power within our New York facilities, along with robust peering via NYIIX, can meet the growing security and technology requirements for service providers and enterprise businesses essential for today’s global marketplace.”

For more information about TELEHOUSE America’s dedicated data center and colocation solutions and its total solutions for business continuity, disaster recovery, infrastructure management and global communications services, please visit www.telehouse.com or email sales@telehouse.com

About TELEHOUSE America

TELEHOUSE America is the US’s leading provider of dedicated data centers, colocation facilities, international Internet exchanges, managed IT services and disaster recovery solutions.

A stable and trusted pioneer of carrier-neutral data center services, they provide secure, power-protected environments, where clients house and operate their telecommunications and network resources. Companies from a wide range of industries locate their mission critical equipment at Telehouse’s colocation “meet-me-centers” in New York and California; taking advantage of the potential business opportunities that exist from other Telehouse customers. Among the many benefits of collocating with Telehouse is the ability to connect to state-of-the-art peering exchanges in New York (NYIIX) and Los Angeles (LAIIX). Through Manage-E (http://www.Manage-E.com), TELEHOUSE provides a comprehensive suite of solutions – from help desk and hardware support to managed IT infrastructure, security and compliance services – all delivered by expert consulting and operations teams on a global scale and from one point-of-contact.  Additionally, the global availability of TELEHOUSE-branded data centers in 17 cities throughout North America, Asia, Africa and Europe, delivers continuous, cost-effective operation of network-dependent, IT infrastructure to businesses around the world. Please visit http://www.Telehouse.com, or contact us at Sales@telehouse.com.

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