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NY Data Center List Of Providers (Found 121 Providers)

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  1025Connect   365 Data Centers
  Arbinet   Atlantic Metro Comm
  Atlantic Metro Communications   ATT IDC
  Centrilogic   Citibank
  Cogeco Peer 1   Cogent Communications
  Colocation America   ColoGuard
  Computer Network Services   ControlCircle
  CoreSite   CyrusOne (Cervalis)
  Digital Realty Trust   Digital Realty Trust Telx
  Digital Realty Trust/Telx   EarthLink
  Enotch Networks   Equinix
  FiberNet Communications   Fibertech
  Frontline Data Services   Global Enterprise Technologies
  Google   Gotham Bus Company
  GTel-Networks   I-Evolve Data Center
  IBM   InfoRelay
  INOC, LLC   InterNap
  Internap Communications   IP-Only
  iSafeTECH   KDDI Telehouse
  Level 3   Level 3 (Global Crossing)
  Level 3 Communications   Level 3 Communications (LGN)
  LIDARC   Lightower New York
  LogicalSolutions.net   Media Technology Centers
  Metanet Hosting   MindSHIFT Technologies
  Navisite (TWC)   Netrality Properties
  New York Connect   New York Internet
  Oracle (Sun Microsystems)   QTS
  RACER Trust   RCN / Neon
  ResponsiveWeb   Sabey
  Sargasso Networks   Sentinel
  SFTI / SIAC   Shatter I.T.
  Steadfast Networks (New York NOC)   SunGard
  Superb Internet   T5 Data Centers
  Telehouse   TeliaSonera AB
  TierPoint   Time Warner (Navisite)
  Time Warner Cable (Navisite)   Turnkey Internet
  TW Telecom   TWS Hosting
  Verizon   VSNL
  vXchnge   Webair
  XO Communications   Yahoo!
  Zayo   zColo/Zayo

Santa Clara 3-Property Campus – Data Center Opportunity

Dec 20, 2017

~ 12 acre building campus with three (3) two-story existing buildings ranging in size from 55,000 to 75,000 SF each. 13 MW on site from Silicon Valley Power ~25% less expensive than PG&E. FAR (floor area ratio) of 1.0. Building area can be expanded to a total of 520,000 SF. Excellent location next to the […] READ MORE  

Big 6 Public Data Centers: How Switch Fits In & Other Fun Facts

Oct 31, 2017

For the last couple years I’ve used the “Big 6” to include DLR, EQIX, COR, DFT, CONE and QTS. How convenient that when DLR swallowed DFT, the Switch (SWCH) IPO came together. I can still say Big 6. While there are many other public companies that sell colocation, these six are the most pure-play data […] READ MORE  

This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down: Part 3 of 3

Aug 18, 2017

By Josh Symonds, March 7, 2017, AppDynamics. Final Thoughts By relying on auto scaling groups, AMIs, and a sensible provisioning system, you can create a system that is completely repeatable and consistent. Any server could go down and be replaced, or 10 more servers could enter your load balancer, and the process would be seamless, […] READ MORE  

Anaheim-Los Angeles California Data Center

Jul 12, 2017

120,000 sf data center space available for lease, divisible from single racks up to 25,000 contiguous sf. Average move-in savings of $50,000+ (room construction, dedicated AC, dedicated power, backup battery system, etc). Various lease options and opportunities for data center operators. 12 plus prominent fiber and carriers on site. READ MORE  

Big 6 Data Center Revenue Per Employee

Jul 12, 2017

Revenue per employee is not a metric for company performance assessment, but it is reflective of the cost of doing business for various business models or vertical markets. In the data center industry each provider has a slightly different mix of pure-play data center, connectivity and managed services that affects revenue per employee. DuPont Fabros, […] READ MORE  

This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down: Part 2 of 3

Jul 11, 2017

By Josh Symonds, March 7, 2017, AppDynamics. Auto Scaling, Repeatability, and Consistency Amazon’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings, such as RDS, are extremely convenient and very powerful. But they’re far from perfect. Generally, AWS products are much slower to provision compared to running the software directly yourself. Plus, they tend to be several software versions behind the […] READ MORE  


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