PacketFabric’s cloud networking platform deployment at Netrality’s strategic locations increases customers’ interconnection options in Houston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and New York
Telecompaper | May 3, 2017
Through the Epsilon CloudLX Platform, Netrality’s Customers Gain Direct Access and Connectivity to Leading Cloud Service Providers and Internet Exchanges
New channel program is a powerful collaboration to market the portfolio, expand ecosystems and build relationships
MetroX brings secure post-production services and real-time collaboration to the carrier-neutral interconnection facility in New York City
CloudLX enables Netrality customers at 325 Hudson to access on-demand Ethernet connectivity to the world’s leading Cloud Service Providers and Internet Exchange Operators Globally
325 Hudson, a fiber-dense, network-rich interconnection environment offers highest quality and lowest cost direct network access
New PoP is Latest Move in Aggressive US Expansion, Provides BSO and Netrality Customers Additional Point of Access to BSO’s Ultra-Low Latency Global Network
Netrality Properties, a New York City-based company that owns and operates vital data center facilities across the country, has acquired half a million square feet of data center space from Digital Realty in a deal estimated to be worth at least $50 million.
Acquisition of 210 N. Tucker Street and 900 Walnut Street Coincides with Netrality’s Purchase of the 365 Data Centers Colocation Business also at 210 N. Tucker
Netrality Properties said Tuesday it has acquired from Digital Realty the downtown St. Louis data centers at 210 North Tucker Boulevard and 900 Walnut Street.
St. Louis Business Journal | July 19, 2016 | Brian Feldt