Telx® has announced the availability of Integra's communication and networking solutions at eight of its data centers. Integra has seen significant growth in its data center business over the past year, fueled in part by connecting its fiber networks and services to some of Telx's most strategically located facilities in the western U.S. and New York City.
As a provider of networking, communications and technology solutions to businesses of all sizes, government agencies and carriers, Integra is leveraging Telx's colocation and interconnection services as well as its high power density, energy-efficient space to serve both new and existing clients. Integra's portfolio of solutions helps its customers effectively handle the complex demands of enterprise applications, cloud services and growing bandwidth needs to quickly and efficiently meet their operational objectives.
"Telx's value proposition as an innovative, carrier-neutral data center provider, along with their recent expansion into the western United States, aligns with Integra's strategic investments in network expansion and our growing business in enterprise and cloud services," said Michael Kozlowski, Integra's vice president of product and offer management. "It's for these reasons that our footprint within Telx data centers has grown so quickly over the past year and we look forward to continuing our successful relationship."
"Integra offers the high performance and availability that companies require to realize the full value of the network connections, cloud services and enterprise applications that are critical to their business," said Ben Gonyea, VP of Product at Telx. "This is a period of rapid growth for Integra's cloud-based solutions as evidenced by their timely expansion into these eight Telx data center facilities."
Telx supports Integra customers in all four of its California data centers, as well as in strategically located data centers in Portland, Seattle, Phoenix and New York City. The following Telx data center facilities feature Integra's network services:
- LOS1 (600 W 7th Street) in downtown Los Angeles is one of the premier colocation facilities in Southern California and provides access to dozens of leading domestic and international carriers and physical connection points to the world's telecommunications networks, backbones and data centers.
- NYC2 (111 8th Avenue) in New York City is a premier North American data center. Telx is the leading colocation and interconnection provider at this location, giving clients the opportunity to connect with hundreds of leading providers and businesses within the Telx global ecosystem.
- PRT1 (3825 NW Aloclek Place) in Hillsboro, Oregon, is located just outside of Portland and is the ideal location for clients to reach Asia. It is also well-positioned to address the needs of gaming, media and other SaaS applications and services.
- SFR1 (200 Paul Avenue) in San Francisco is one of the premier data center and carrier facilities in Northern California and is seismically rated for protection against earthquakes. From here, SFR1's carrier density makes it ideal in reaching points both north in the US as well as to the south to our data center facilities, SCL1, SCL2 (Santa Clara) and LOS1 (Los Angeles).
- SCL1 (1100 Space Park Drive) in Santa Clara, California, offers a seismically rated infrastructure for businesses throughout Silicon Valley and is also interconnected to the SCL2 and SFR1 data centers for further ecosystem access and enablement.
- SCL2 (2820 Northwestern Parkway) in Santa Clara, California, provides premium colocation and interconnection services that adds industry leading high-power density, 2N-redundant, and energy efficient space to the Telx portfolio.
- SEA1 (3433 S 120th Place) in Tukwila, Washington, provides cross connect service for direct access to major national and regional carriers, as well as to SIX, Seattle's Internet Exchange for peering, with network options that can reduce latency and improve network resiliency to locations in California and Asia.
- PHX1 (120 E Van Buren Street) in Phoenix, Arizona, is the number one interconnection data center facility in the metro-area and a fiber crossroad on almost every national network backbone.