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Internap Opens New Data Center in New Jersey

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Internap is adding a new data center facility in Secaucus, New Jersey. The company will offer its full portfolio of hybrid infrastructure services out of the facility, and it will eventually add 55,000 square feet in the hot NY Metro market. Read More

Netflix Signs on With AMS-IX in New York

Netflix had 218 Cassandra nodes in need of a reboot, of which 22 failed. Chaos Monkey saved the day.

Streaming video juggernaut Netflix will be the first customer for AMS-IX New York, making it the first major Internet player to ink a deal with an Internet Exchange created through the Open-IX initiative in the U.S. Read More

Net Access Expanding New Jersey Data Center

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Net Access has broken ground on a significant expansion to its New Jersey data center operations. The Parsippany II facility, which opened in 2010, will more than double its size to add space for another 1,500 cabinets of gear. Read More

German Internet Exchange DE-CIX Enters NY Market

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The European Invasion of internet exchanges continues, as Germany’s DE-CIX is bringing its open Internet exchange to New York City. This follow London’s LINX recent move in bringing its open exchange to northern Virginia. The European model is picking up steam stateside, bolstered by the recent Open-IX movement. Read More

InfoRelay Expands at 60 Hudson Street in NYC

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Northern Virginia-based InfoRelay Online Systems is expanding its downtown Manhattan, New York data center presence at 60 Hudson Street. The company is offering quarter-cabinets so colocation is within reach for these smaller customers. Read More

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