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Equinix Leases More Space in Secaucus

Equinix (EQIX) is preparing for the next phase of growth for its data center operations in the New York region. The company has leased 324,654 square feet of space from Hartz Mountain Industries to expand its data center footprint in Secaucus, New Jersey. Read More

Equinix Opens $80 Million Expansion in NJ

Equinix (EQIX) today announced the opening of the third phase of its NY4 International Business Exchange data center in Secaucus, New Jersey. The $80 million expansion phase adds capacity for another 1,250 customer cabinets in a high-demand market.
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Growth Ahead for Low Latency Colo Market

Kevin McPartland of TABB Group says low-latency colo providers may see growth from smaller trading firms.

As the market for low-latency financial trading continues to grow, data center providers are likely to see growing demand from smaller trading firms, even as larger players continue to chase ever-faster “feeds and speeds.” Read More

Core Services Opens NJ Data Center

Oracle solutions specialist Core Services Corp. has opened a new 50,000 square foot data center in Somerset, New Jersey, that was previously a disaster recovery center for a major Wall Street bank. Read More

Former Bear Stearns Data Center Sold

It looks like JP Morgan Chase has sold one of the two Bear Stearns data centers it acquired in March 2008 when the investment bank collapsed. Last week Brookfield Asset Management bought a New Jersey data center property from JP Morgan as part of a larger real estate deal. Read More

Russo Finds its Niche in NJ Data Centers

New Jersey’s Russo Development has become a leading supplier of data centers for Wall Street. Over the past decade the Hackensack, N.J. company has built seven major data center projects spanning 1.7 million square feet. Read More

The Politics of Data Centers: NY, Texas, Missouri

State officials in New York continue to battle over where to build a new $99 million state data center, more than three years after taking up the issue. Meanwhile, Texas works to restructure its huge consolidation project with IBM, and Missouri considers tax incentives to attract more data centers. Read More

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