Enhanced connectivity increases interconnection opportunities across campus
Denver, CO—November 15, 2017—CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR, news, filings), a premier provider of secure, reliable, high-performance data center and interconnection solutions across the U.S., and DE-CIX North America today announced that DE-CIX New York has increased capacity and added 100G connectivity capability at CoreSite’s NY1 data center in Manhattan. This increased capacity and enhanced connectivity was deployed to sustain the growing demand of customers connecting to the DE-CIX metro area exchange.
With a switch already deployed at CoreSite’s NY2 data center in Secaucus, New Jersey, DE-CIX is committed to providing its customers with network delivery across a single port reaching over 150 unique networks in the market. Now enabled with a 100G connection, CoreSite’s NY1 facility offers customers a greater opportunity to reach global networks within the New York metro market and to DE-CIX’s global leading platform in Frankfurt.
With DE-CIX, CoreSite customers in NY1 and NY2 get unparalleled connectivity options across a single port to:
- access peering on the fastest growing exchange in the New York metro market enabling single port, multi-service capabilities up to 100G;
- establish private connections with networks through private, Layer 2 connections across various disparate data centers throughout the market, including network and cloud providers with DE-CIX New York’s MetroVLAN solution; and
- enable peering to more than 700 networks connected to DE-CIX Frankfurt by leveraging GlobePEER Remote, DE-CIX’s private transatlantic VLAN solution.
“DE-CIX is committed to growing its partnership with CoreSite and the expansion of our presence at CoreSite’s NY1 data center will extend connectivity options for their customers,” remarks Ed d’Agostino, GM and Vice President, DE-CIX North America. “Now CoreSite customers in New York and New Jersey gain enhanced access to our world-class peering exchange and connectivity platform, enabling companies to connect to more than 700 networks serving the New York metro area, Western and Central Europe, and beyond through a single port. In aggregate, we are delivering a single port solution that no other Internet Exchange in the U.S. market can offer today.”
“Our partnership with DE-CIX continues to drive substantial business opportunities for our customers in the New York / New Jersey market,” comments Ben Green, Vice President Sales, Network and Mobility at CoreSite. “The DE-CIX upgrade at NY1 is proof of the exploding adoption and traction of their peering and Layer 2 connectivity solutions. CoreSite’s NY1 and NY2 data centers have one of the most dynamic interconnection fabrics in the region, and we are well positioned to continue to capture our share of the growth.”
CoreSite’s network-dense, cloud-enabled New York data center campus is one of the best-connected and most scalable offerings on the Eastern Seaboard, supporting the operations of mission-critical data and IT infrastructure. The campus includes two data center facilities—NY1, comprised of over 48,000 square feet of data center space in the heart of Manhattan, and NY2, with over 236,000 square feet of data center space situated above the 500-year floodplain in Secaucus, NJ. CoreSite’s New York campus hosts over 40 network service providers and provides direct access to some of the world’s leading cloud service providers, all with robust, low-latency network access to Manhattan, supporting acceleration of customers’ IT performance while reducing customer costs. DE-CIX New York and DE-CIX Dallas are two metro area exchanges operated by DE-CIX North America. DE-CIX’s experience in data center and network-neutral peering platforms provide 1,000’s of global networks unsurpassed public and/or private peering options as well as an array of solutions delivered over its MetroVLAN enabled access points, expanding network interconnectivity capabilities exponentially.
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For more information about DE-CIX, please visit de-cix.net.
DE-CIX is the carrier-neutral and independent Internet Exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. Founded in 1995, DE-CIX has established an environment for the bilateral settlement free exchange of Internet traffic (peering). The company is serving 480+ carriers, ISPs and content networks from 52 countries including all leading international players. With 2+ Tbps of peak traffic, DE-CIX is the largest Internet Exchange in the world. DE-CIX is your one-stop-shop for peering, interconnections, and collocation right in the heart of Europe and is the pioneer in facing the challenges of industry: DE-CIX NGN service delivers the telecom market seamless, multilateral interconnection of different networks for Next Generation Netowkr and Voice over IP, and the DE-CIX Blackholing service, free to all customers, fends off DDoS attacks. Furthermore, DE-CIX with its outstanding experience fully manages the UAE-IX, the new Internet Exchange in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For more information, please go to www.de-cix.net.
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CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR) delivers secure, reliable, high-performance data center and interconnection solutions to a growing customer community across eight key North American markets. More than 1,200 of the world’s leading enterprises, network operators, cloud providers, and supporting service providers choose CoreSite to connect, protect and optimize their performance-sensitive data, applications and computing workloads. Our scalable, flexible solutions and 430+ dedicated employees consistently deliver unmatched data center options — all of which leads to a best-in-class customer experience and lasting relationships. For more information, visit CoreSite.com.
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