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TELEHOUSE AMERICA’S NYIIX IS NOW OFFICIALLY ACTIVATED AT CORESITE’S DATA CENTER IN NYC PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 21 September 2012 08:19


TELEHOUSE America announces today that is has officially activated its New York International Internet Exchange at CoreSite Realty Corporation’s data center located at 32 Avenue of the Americas. The new NYIIX service availability boosts connectivity options for all carriers and Internet Service providers located at 32 Avenue of the Americas by offering a global peering infrastructure to its large customer base.

Marked by high reliability with redundant equipment and a layer-2 switch interconnection point for clients, NYIIX is the largest public Internet Exchange in the New York area and one of the world’s largest neutral peering points. By interconnecting to NYIIX, TELEHOUSE and CoreSite customers have direct access to hundreds of transit providers, carriers, service providers, ISPs, cloud computing and content providers, providing a robust and cost effective networking solution.

In addition to the 32 Avenue of the Americas CoreSite location, clients can also access NYIIX with up to 10G connections at the following TELEHOUSE New York area locations:

• 111 8th Avenue
• 60 Hudson St
• TELEHOUSE 7 Teleport on Staten Island
• TELEHOUSE Chelsea Center at 85 10th Avenue
• TELEHOUSE 25 Broadway

“TELEHOUSE has helped hundreds of providers reduce networking costs by facilitating seamless, simultaneous connectivity to hundreds of carriers instead of securing individual connections to each one,” states Akio Sugeno, Vice President of Internet Engineering, Operations and Business Development for TELEHOUSE America. “By offering both public and private neutral peering options, NYIIX is a value add to CoreSite, also known for its network-rich data centers. The NYIIX service activation at 32 Avenue of the Americas further supports client and carrier demands for increased high-end connectivity options.”

TELEHOUSE also operates Los Angeles International Internet Exchange (LAIIX), which also offers scalable, seamless switching fabrics at 626 Wilshire and 1 Wilshire.