TELEHOUSE has announced that Purevoltage, a provider of colocation and Internet services that include enterprise-class dedicated and Virtual Private Servers (VPS); and website and game hosting, is expanding its footprint to TELEHOUSE’s Chelsea data center, located at 85 Tenth Avenue in New York. Purevoltage will offer Telehouse customers ISP services and its popular Colo by the U service, which is a 1.75 vertical cabinet offering flexibility and substantial cost savings. Purevoltage’s move to TELEHOUSE Chelsea signifies the first of more strategic expansions as the company considers additional Telehouse locations, both domestically and globally.
“Purevoltage, as one of the world’s leading providers of East and West coast colocation and premium Internet services, is a most welcome addition to TELEHOUSE Chelsea,” states Satoshi Adachi, vice president of TELEHOUSE. “Our Chelsea facility provides Purevoltage with a range of amenities, including ample colocation space within a prime, secure facility in Manhattan, access to a wide choice of telecommunications providers, connections to NYIIX (New York International Internet Exchange), dual fiber connections to other popular carrier hotels in the city, and much more. We are happy to support Purevoltage in its motto to provide its customers with the best hosting services available, with the best prices possible.”
“Purevoltage has seen solid growth over the last several years, and the colocation market continues to influence demand,” adds Jake Terepocki, CEO of Purevoltage.“TELEHOUSE offers us reliable and secure data center solutions that both we and our clients trust.”
Chelsea, New York is TELEHOUSE’s newest data center location, which opened for business in January of 2011. This SSAE 16-certified, state-of-the-art facility offers 60,000 sq ft of colocation space, access to authorized client personnel on a 24/7 basis, and the full-scope of TELEHOUSE IT support. The Chelsea location also offers connection to New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX), New York’s largest and most active IP peering exchange, ranking in the top 10 internationally.