Manhattan Island is home to Wall Street, NASDAQ and the epicenter of global wealth management in the second largest city economy in the world. Our three data center facilities are strategically located across New York City and directly connected to each other, to create a platform we refer to as “The NYC Trifecta.”
New York City continues to dominate the world stage in both economy and business. To its credit, the city has invested heavily in the technology sector. In fact, in 2012, more than 100 NYC-based tech firms sold for $8.3 billion. While the financial markets are still king, tech startups and technology giants alike are quickly taking their place in this high-profile, world-class city.
New York, 60 Hudson Street
Facility at 60 Hudson Street is recognized as the most important colocation and interconnection facility — not just in NYC, but the entire U.S. The Digital Realty flagship facility serves as the nerve center for international communications, offering access to physical connection points to the world’s telecommunications networks and Internet backbones. Occupying multiple floors with interconnectivity between all points, the site offers low-latency access to more than 400 carriers, financial exchanges and application, media, content, and software-as-a-service providers with just a single connection.
Leveraging Digital realty’s Metro Connect solution, customers at this location can directly access the wide range of services provided by our customers throughout the entire metroplex. Location also provides access to the Digital Realty Internet Exchange and multiple peering exchanges. In addition, all interconnection, colocation and installations offer premier air-conditioned space, state-of-the-art access control and surveillance systems that comply with or exceed International Telecommunication Union (ITU) industry standards.
- 24 Story, 1.8M sq ft
Utility Power Capacity
- 3.75 MW
UPS Power Capacity
- 1 MW
- N, 2N
- 24×7 Onsite Security Personnel
- CCTV Camera Systems
- Biometric and Proximity Badge Access