NEW YORK Data Center

NEW YORK

Located between Boston and Washington, DC., New York City is the central hub for the eastern seaboard. Like all our colocation facilities, the vXchnge data center in New York includes secure cabinets, carrier-neutral connectivity from multiple providers and 100% power availability guarantee for redundant installations. To protect your colocated equipment, this facility maintains multi-stage security using biometric sensors at ingress and egress doors.

We operate the New York data center with on-site “bell-system trained” technicians 24x7x365. Our customers have come to depend on us, as a lifeline extension of their services. Please review the Moments of Truth to read what our customers say about our team –vXchnge stands ready.

Why an Edge Data Center in New York City?

User demands for content and data are pushing enterprises to make new network considerations – like where their data centers should be located. In fact, nearly 80% of IT groups view close-proximity to their end users as the number one benefit of a data center. Could edge computing be the solution?
Check out our infographic to take a closer look at what’s driving enterprises to the “edge” and how edge computing contributes to massive gains in network performance, security and scalability.

In the infographic…

  • Three reasons why data center location is an urgent priority for enterprises
  • What IT teams rank as the most important aspects of a data center
  • Edge vs. traditional data center comparisons

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Highlights

  • Colocation facilities include secure cabinets
  • 100% power availability guarantee for redundant installations
  • Cloud and interconnectivity exchange point
  • 24x7x365 on-site skilled technicians
  • Operations service support center (OSSC)
  • Roof right access
  • Remote hands and Migration services
  • SSAE 18 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, ISO/IEC 27001:2013, HIPPA and PCI compliance

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Infrastructure

20,000 sq. ft.

75 Broad St. New York, NY 10004

Flood Plain: Zone AE

Interconnectivity:

A multitude of interconnectivity options including direct, physical-layer connectivity to ILEC, CLEC, long-haul, dark fiber, IP transit, Ethernet, TDM/voice, VoIP and Private/Public cloud.

Dedicated fiber optic pathways from the street delivered to diverse points of entry.

All forms of copper and fiber connections available.

For the latest carrier connectivity, please check out our interconnectivity page.

Cooling:

N+1 build-in redundancies.

Down-flow air floor distribution within raised floor environments.

Reliability:

Across all 14 data center locations, vXchnge operates with an uptime reliability record of >99.99999%.

Security

24x7x365 Security

Multi-stage security using proximity card access control system at ingress and egress doors

Stringent access protocols and procedures with archived color CCTV monitoring

Real-time RFID Asset Tracking

SSAE 18 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, ISO/IEC 27001:2013, HIPPA and PCI compliance

Monitoring

in\site monitoring

Alerts on bandwidth & power usage

On-demand maintenance requests and status updates

Real-time asset tracking

Accelerated invoice payment process

Interactive data center floor plans

Downloadable compliance & security reports

Infrastructure Infrastructure

Combining our innovative designs for airflow optimization and power efficiency, businesses can future proof their power requirements enabling your company to easily add more blade and virtualized serv...

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Interconnectivity Interconnectivity

From reducing operating expenses to expanding market opportunities, vXchnge carrier connectivity and PRIVATE peering solutions enable our customers to achieve exceptional business performance.

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Deployment Assurance Deployment Assurance

vXchnge is here to lead you in the right direction. By leveraging our Solutions Architects (who have supported thousands of configuration designs and implementations) it ensures the most beneficial in...

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REMOTE HANDS REMOTE HANDS

vXchnge’s Remote Hands service allows customers to easily manage their business and maximize uptime within a vXchnge data center as if it were located right next door.

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Site Monitoring Site Monitoring

While meeting user demands for seamless content access, you still need to safeguard your infrastructure against rising cyber threats, unanticipated power consumption fluctuations, network bandwidth sp...

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vX\defend vX\defend

vXdefend is vXchnge’s new, enhanced cybersecurity product offering enhanced Internet Access service with built-in protection from cyber threats.

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Interconnectivity at the NEW YORK Data Center

Rich connectivity is important to our New York data center. In fact, we’re continually adding new carriers and services to our location. If you have a carrier preference not listed here, talk with us about how we address your connectivity requirements and/or add new providers.

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Justin Reszel

Justin Reszel

vXchnge O. 844.vXchnge | E. jreszel@vXchnge.com | http://www.vxchnge.com


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