vXchnge has announced that Fibertech Networks, a leader in fiber optic-based network services, has expanded into its Westchester, NY data center. 

Located within one hour of Manhattan, vXchnge's Westchester data center is ideally positioned for regional businesses requiring geographic diversity and security at a highly accessible and well-connected facility. Fibertech's deployment furthers vXchnge's commitment to bringing together a strong network and cloud community to support the needs of enterprises across the country with unprecedented reach and resiliency.

Fibertech's most recent expansion marks its presence within three vXchnge data center locations, including Westchester, NY; Cleveland, OH; and Secaucus, NJ. 

Now in 30 markets with a fiber footprint capable of reaching over nine million businesses within a variety of industries, including those in the health care and financial sectors, Fibertech owns and operates one of the fastest growing metro fiber optic infrastructures in the Northeast. Fibertech's presence in vXchnge's Westchester facility allows the company, which directly builds last mile fiber connectivity into its enduser locations, to reduce network latency, providing its customers with an overall faster and more secure experience. 

"Customer demand for lower latency across the Northeast has fueled Fibertech's expansion within the New York metro area. Given our commitment to delivering our customers high-performance fiber connectivity between facilities and the interconnection opportunities located within vXchnge, this is an ideal partner for our expansion," said Mike Hurley, VP Sales and Marketing at Fibertech Networks.

"Fibertech's growth within vXchnge facilities marks a significant advantage to those customers that seek a high-performing network and interconnection," said Ernest Sampera, chief marketing officer at vXchnge. "We are looking forward to Fibertech's deployment into our Westchester facility as it will broaden our customers' ability to establish these on-net connections and presence throughout the Northeast."