New York City, NY
111 8th Avenue in New York City stands as one of the largest buildings in the world, at 2.9 million square feet. Originally built as a Port Authority Commerce building, the structure became mid Manhattan's technology hot-spot in the early 1990's. Since then, it has taken precedence as one of the most heavily connected buildings in the world. Home to many large corporate enterprises including the likes of Google and EBay, ColoCrossing occupies space on the 12th floor in the XO Communications datacenter
Companies looking for close proximity to financial markets see 111 8th Avenue as a great option. Just miles from Wall Street, electronic trades can be executed quicker than those who have systems elsewhere.
||111 8th Avenue, 12th floor, New York City, NY 10011 (Midtown)
||2,900,000 square feet gross; 45,000 square feet of colocation space
||1932, originally for the Port Authority
||ColoCrossing's network consists of Level3, Telia and nLayer along with local peering. Additional carriers are onsite and available.
||ColoCrossing's diverse network provides redundant connections to our backbone providers, thus ensuring total reliability and uptime.
||24/7/365 staffing with at least 6 officers.
||Positioned to provide ultra-low latency to financial markets, ColoCrossing's network is perfect for traders who desire the best access to their platforms.
||Every aspect of our infrastructure is intended to provide 100% uptime ensuring customers enjoy uninhibited access to their service.
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