|Open Data Centers Opens Carrier Neutral Data Center Facility in New Jersey
IT News Online Staff
Open Data Centers, a privately held, carrier neutral, data center operator, announced the opening of its first data center facility in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Located 16 miles south of New York City, the Piscataway data center is Open Data Centers' first carrier neutral facility.
Offering high quality cost-effective colocation, the data center includes 8,000 sq. ft. of usable raised floor. Open Data Center's Piscataway data center will serve carriers, service providers and enterprises looking for primary data center space, and alternate connectivity into and around New York City.
With dual feeds from diverse power grids for fully redundant power and access to multiple fiber providers, the facility offers secure colocation solutions to meet rising capacity demand throughout the region.
The Piscataway data center has an onsite 24x7 Network Operations Center (NOC), top of the line, fully redundant electrical and mechanical systems at all levels, including generators, UPS and HVAC systems and N+1 redundancy throughout the entire infrastructure.
"Our Piscataway data center is well positioned to be the premier carrier neutral facility south of New York City," said Erik Levitt, CEO of Open Data Centers. "In a market populated with high priced data center space and expensive cross connects, Open Data Centers offers affordable alternatives without compromising on the class of service."
The company said this premium data center provides an ideal location for carriers to establish additional Points of Presence (PoPs), with low-latency routes for financial applications and cloud computing services.