Podcast: Netrality Properties provides STRATEGIC INTERCONNECTED DATA CENTERS Powering the Edge from the Network Core

Telecom Reseller
June 15, 2018
Don Witt

Jerry Marshall, CEO & President and Joshua Maes, COO at Netrality describe the advantages they provide to customers to Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication.

With data centers in Philadelphia, Chicago, New York, Houston, St. Louis and Kansas City, they are well positions to provide very low latency connectivity to the edge.  Being the owners of the properties, it provides specific advantages for them and their customers including safety benefits, multi-year agreements, access to roof, and access to point of entry.

Netrality Properties was formed in 2015 following the acquisitions of 401 North Broad, 717 South Wells, 1301 Fannin and 1102 Grand. The portfolio expanded in 2016 with the acquisitions of 900 Walnut and 210 North Tucker in St. Louis. Today, Netrality continues to acquire strategic network interconnection data centers and develop MMRs within those properties to offer the highest quality and lowest cost to direct network interconnections in the market.

  • RELIABLE INTERCONNECTION: They provide the most direct access to cloud on-ramps
  • EXCEPTIONAL RESILIENCE: They own all of their buildings and they own and operate the carrier-neutral Meet Me Room
  • ABSOLUTE NEUTRALITY: They offer physical layer transparency without monthly recurring charges
  • UNRIVALED FLEXIBILITY: You always get one agreement, even if you have multiple locations

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