TELEHOUSE America has announced that its New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX), has expanded into CoreSite’s data center at 32 Avenue of the Americas.
CoreSite’s offering in New York City at 32 Avenue of the Americas services over 70 customers, including 45 domestic and international carriers, cloud computing, and managed service providers,. One of New York City's most connected buildings, 32 Avenue of the Americas is the original terminus of AT&T's transatlantic cable. CoreSite also provides unencumbered access to the building’s Meet Me Room and expansion options for Network Centric companies in New York.
As the largest public Internet Exchange in the New York Metro market, NYIIX enhances the 32 Avenue of the Americas connectivity by natively deploying the peering fabric with redundant equipment and dark fiber. CoreSite’s internet exchange, Any2 New York, provides customers further choice and interconnection options.
"With the new expansion, TELEHOUSE now offers its peering customers a total of six locations to join the NYIIX in New York City, which include TELEHOUSE’s three carrier neutral data centers, located at 25 Broadway in Manhattan, 7 Teleport Drive on Staten Island, and 85 10thAvenue in Chelsea; along with 60 Hudson St. and 111 8th Ave,” said Eric Bell, general manager, network and interconnection.
"We are pleased to host NYIIX, New York City’s largest peering exchange in our facility in New York,” he continued. “This expansion will be a critical part of our growing Open Internet Exchange Hub. CoreSite’s network, content, and cloud customers depend on us to provide flexible, scalable interconnection solutions and the expansion of NYIIX into our location is an enhancement that will give them new options for interconnecting their networks and building business-critical ecosystems.”
Akio Sugeno, vice president of internet engineering, operations and business development for TELEHOUSE America, adds, “As NYIIX is one of the world’s largest peering exchanges, the addition of 32 Avenue of the Americas clearly represents our commitment to expand the service areas and grow the number of participants, and we look forward to providing its tenants with quality peering service.”
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