TELEHOUSE America has announced that AboveNet Inc. (ABVT) has extended its low-latency fiber-optic network in TELEHOUSE America’s New York facilities, providing interconnectivity between its 25 Broadway and 7 Teleport data centers in Manhattan and Staten Island, respectively.
TELEHOUSE America’s 25 Broadway and 7 Teleport data centers are secure state-of-the-art facilities with private power generation systems, 24/7 security controls, as well as N+1 environmental configurations and power redundancy for maximum uptime and availability. These carrier-neutral facilities provide redundant and diverse interconnectivity options and offer a wide variety of IT support services, help-desk options, disaster recovery planning and managed IT solutions to global and regional carriers, enterprise and financial companies. AboveNet offers a privately owned and operated fiber-optic network that spans more than 2.1 million fiber miles.
“Every millisecond counts for financial institutions executing millions of daily transactions and for delivery of sensitive Internet content by media or general enterprise organizations,” said Fred Cannone, director of sales and marketing for TELEHOUSE America. “To this end, AboveNet’s network expansion in TELEHOUSE America’s data centers offers our clients the ability to procure dedicated, high-performance, customized connectivity, critical for day-to-day operations. In addition, this provides alternative data center options for those seeking to enhance or diversify facilities, service options and network connection points.”