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Adrian Bailey Joins Netrality Properties as a Director of Business Development at 325 Hudson

Adrian Bailey has joined Netrality as Director of Business Development at 325 Hudson in New York. Visit the Netrality website to learn more about our team.

Netrality Properties has strengthened its business development team with the addition of Adrian Bailey as a Director of Business Development at 325 Hudson. Adrian is an entrepreneurial, results-driven leader with more than 20-years of sales experience in telecommunications, colocation services, cloud enablement, and market data trading solutions. He joins Netrality Properties from VDX where he was a Senior Sales Director and has held senior positions with Telx, Lightower, and NYSE Technologies.

Adrian is responsible for managing the sales process for managed service providers, content providers and enterprises that have dense network infrastructure in New York City. His superior high-touch consultative approach while working with C-level executives, independent IT vendors, and applications service providers make Adrian a great addition to the Netrality team. We are thrilled to have Adrian on board to continue to drive the company’s accelerating growth.

325 Hudson is a carrier-neutral interconnection facility in the heart of New York City’s telecom corridor. The 10-story, 240,000 square-foot building is located on fiber-dense Hudson Street and offers direct access to 21 major metro and regional fiber providers, five transatlantic cables, and three peering exchanges.

Adrian can be reached at and for more information on 325 Hudson click here.

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