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SCL2 offers premium colocation and interconnection services capable of supporting up to 425 W/sq.ft. within the “green” designed Vantage data center campus in Santa Clara, CA. Telx is also the interconnection center operator for the campus offering customers direct connections to each other as well as to hundreds of the world’s leading carriers, ISP’s, cloud service and content providers. This 40,000 sq.ft. center will add industry leading power densities, 2N redundant, energy efficient space to the Telx C3 (Cloud Connection Center)SM portfolio.
PRT1 in Hillsboro OR, is strategically located along key fiber routes to Asia and provides in excess of 18,000 sq.ft. of whitespace from a current building footprint of 52,000 sq.ft. The structure is expandable by another 20,000 sq.ft. with a current 4500 kW service for IT load. With a full 2N+1 UPS design, PRT1 can support client loads of 325 W/sq.ft. for power demanding applications. Its designed PUE rating of 1.3 employs an indoor air containment system that directs cold air to server needs followed by evacuating the resulting hot air outside the facility.
Strategically located at 32 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Avenue, NYC3 is Telx’s third New York City based data center and sixth within the greater NY/NJ metro area. Occupying an initial 72,000 sq.ft. on multiple floors, NYC3 allows Telx to offer unparalleled levels of connectivity, resiliency and service throughout the New York metro with dominant assets in the three most sought after strategic locations for network connectivity in Manhattan.
Occupying a unique position on top of the Hudson Street-Ninth Avenue fiber highway is NYC2 at 111 Eighth Ave, the third largest building in Manhattan. NYC2 is a premier North American facility with Telx as its leading colocation and interconnection provider. Telx’s NYC2 occupies over 100,000 sq.ft. on the 3rd, 5th, 6th, 8th, 14th and 15th floors.
NYC1 (60 Hudson St) is recognized as one of the most important colocation and interconnection facilities in the US. As the leading colocation and interconnection service provider in the premier carrier hotel in North America, Telx offers low-latency access to more than 400 carriers, financial exchanges, application providers, media and content providers, software-as-a-service providers and numerous enterprises with just a single connection. Telx occupies floors 5, 9, 11, and 23 with interconnectivity between all floors.