In the tri-state area the technology boom is evident in the state of New Jersey. According to data supplied by the Bureau of Labor Statistics New Jersey became one of the top five states in tech workforce when it added five percent more tech positions, or 3,600 jobs, and topped the list of fastest growing states.
The state of New Jersey boasts a highly-educated workforce, ranking number one for education in CNBC’s 2013 “Top States for Business.” It is home to 21 Fortune 500 companies specializing in life science, aerospace, manufacturing and IT. Enabling global access through world-class seaports and airports that’s supplemented by a robust portfolio of tax incentives, NJ is a preferred state for business origination, expansion or relocation.
New Jersey, 2 Peekay Drive
2 Peekay Drive is a purpose-built colocation facility adjacent to 100 Delawanna Avenue. The three-story facility boasts 215,000 sq.ft. of high power density, energy efficient space. 2 Peekay Drive also provides 100,000 plus sq.ft. of market-leading, customizable colocation space that meets the growing requirements of global customers for heavily networked, interconnected, outsourced solutions. This facility is a fully managed, carrier-neutral, secure environment for enterprises, digital media and bio-pharmaceutical companies, financial services, network providers and carriers, delivering advanced connectivity solutions that give customers access to a dynamic marketplace of service providers and the ability to deploy and leverage hybrid cloud solutions.
- 3 Story, 214,900 sq ft
Utility Power Capacity
- 15 MW
UPS Power Capacity
- 8 MW
- 24×7 Onsite Security Personnel
- CCTV Camera Systems – 90+ Day Retention
- Biometric and Proximity Badge Access