Telx Expands LA Data Center Footprint

Interconnection specialist Telx has expanded the footprint of its colocation facility at 600 West 7th Street in Los Angeles by 40 percent, the company said today.

Rich Miller

February 16, 2010

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Interconnection specialist Telx has expanded the footprint of its colocation facility at 600 West 7th Street in Los Angeles by 40 percent, the company said today. A third of the expansion space is pre-sold, Telx said, which it cited as evidence of solid demand for colo space and interconnection services in the Los Angeles market.

"As demand for colocation space on the West Coast continues to increase, Telx remains committed to helping our customer base reduce the cost of network expansion and increase speed to market," said Eric Shepcaro, CEO of Telx. "Our Los Angeles facility is a strategically located, high-density connectivity hub that can immediately meet the latency, security and services requirements of the most demanding cloud computing, media and entertainment, gaming and financial services environments."

The new space is the second expansion in less than a year for Telx at the 600 West 7th Street carrier, following an addition last fall.

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