TELEHOUSE and DataGryd ink co-location partnership
Data centre company TELEHOUSE has signed an agreement with wholesale data centre DataGryd in New York for the delivery of co-location, enterprise-grade services and connectivity options to both sets of customers.
Customers of both TELEHOUSE and DataGryd will benefit from access to these services inside DataGryd’s facility at 60 Hudson Street, New York.
“The partnership between DataGryd and TELEHOUSE provides an opportunity to leverage each other’s assets to enhance optionality for our customers in a high-density market,” said Sandra de Novellis, US marketing director at TELEHOUSE.
“Larger enterprises and SMBs continue to look for space that they can customise, along with strong connectivity. Through this partnership, we can continue to offer customers a reliable solution, in the Manhattan marketplace, and globally.”
DataGryd’s Hudson data centre provides access to more than 300 interconnected carriers and exchanges, with multiple points of entry from data network providers and direct fibre channels, and offers up to 12,000KW of power.
“DataGryd is excited to offer expanded access to state-of-the-art, fully customisable data centre space in Manhattan through our collaboration with TELEHOUSE,” said Peter Feldman, DataGryd CEO.
“This partnership allows us to continue to provide best-in-class data centre space while supporting an ever-growing demand for data processing and storage centres in New York’s urban market.”
TELEHOUSE expanded its reach in New York last September via a partnership with CoreSite.