TELEHOUSE has announced it has completed the upgrade to the new Centillion platform to enhance the overall value of its New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX). By upgrading to the Centillion platform, NYIIX members will experience higher capacity and a more redundant infrastructure. The company is also experiencing high membership growth across its NYIIX and Los Angeles International Internet Exchange (LAIIX).
NYIIX continues to see a 50% increase in new activations since 2014 and is one of the largest peering exchanges in the Northeast. "We have seen tremendous growth and have over 150 NYIIX members as of today," says NYIIX Founder and TELEHOUSE VP of Internet Engineering, Operations and Business Development Akio Sugeno.
TELEHOUSE's West Coast peering exchange, LAIIX, will be expanding capacity in 2015 and offering special incentives to prospects and customers through Q2 of this year starting at the Chicago-based International Telecommunications Week (ITW) occurring May 10-13. "Many of our customers are either expanding or diversifying their requirements out to the West Coast; peering is a natural outgrowth of that," says Sandra de Novellis, US Marketing Director for TELEHOUSE.
TELEHOUSE owns and operates two data centers in New York: 85 Tenth Avenue in the Chelsea district of Manhattan and 7 Teleport Drive in Staten Island, New York, as well as one data center in California located at 626 Wilshire Blvd. in downtown Los Angeles. Additionally, TELEHOUSE has 46 data centers worldwide and is a KDDI Group Company.