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Video: A Brief History of NYC Connectivity Presented by Hunter Newby

Interested in the history of NYC connectivity? Watch the video presented by Netrality's Hunter Newby. Visit the Netrality website to view now.

“Change is the only constant, but the one thing that stays the same is the need to communicate,” says Hunter Newby when discussing the evolution of connectivity in NYC at the DE-CIX NYC Summit.

Hunter Newby, Consultant for Netrality Properties, gave the Keynote presentation titled “A Brief History of NYC Connectivity,” at the NYC DE-CIX Summit on Thursday, October 13th. Click here to watch the brief 17-minute presentation.

DE-CIX provides premium Internet exchange (IX) services at several IXs in Europe, the Middle East and North America. Founded in 1995, DE-CIX has established an environment for the bilateral settlement-free exchange of Internet traffic. The company serves 850+ ISPs from 60+ countries.

DE-CIX has a presence in Netrality’s NYC fiber-dense, network-rich Meet Me Room (MMR) at 325 Hudson. 325 Hudson’s interconnection environment offers the highest quality and lowest cost direct network access and does not charge a monthly recurring fee for cross connections.

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