Real Estate Weekly: Data center giant grows footprint to 620,000 s/f
Data center giant Telx has added 69,000 s/f to its New York facility at 60 Hudson Street.
Data Center Knowledge: Major Expansion for Telx at 60 Hudson Street
Telx is leasing 69,000 square feet of space from DataGryd, which has been renovating infrastructure at the historic building to create more data center space. Telx already operates 80,000 square feet on several floors of 60 Hudson Street, where the company got its start.
Market Wired: 2013 Technology Convergence Conference to Highlight Emerging IT Concerns in New Industry Trends Track
Bruce Myatt, Executive Vice President at The Data Centers LLP, will moderate a panel titled Critical Facilities Roundtable Panel: Alternative and Renewal Power for Off-Grid Computing, which will discuss alternate and traditional data center power transmission and the electrical grid. Panelists will include Brian Janous, Utility Architect, Data Center Advanced Development Global Foundation Services at Microsoft, and Peter Feldman, CEO and Principal at DataGryd.
Data Center Knowledge:Notes from IMN: Wholesale vs. Retail, Standards and Sandy
Yesterday, we covered some of the general themes at last week’s IMN Conference on Financing, Investing & Real Estate Development for Data Centers in Santa Clara, Calif. Today we bring you some of our favorite notes and quotes from the keynotes. The consensus on whether wholesale vs. retail was summed up, with brevity, by Peter Feldman, the CEO and Principal of Datagryd, a new player in the New York market. “Not one model is going to fit every market and every aspect,” Feldman said.
Wired: Why Manhattan Is the Worst Place for a Data Center — and the Best
It might be cheaper to set up your data center across the Hudson River, but that can slow down traffic, especially if you’ve got readers or customers in Manhattan…New York has operated this way for decades…The data center at 60 Hudson Street — in Tribeca, just north of Lower Manhattan — once served as the brain of Western Union, the old telegraph company. “It was packed with telegraph cables and pneumatic tubes,” says Peter Feldman, the CEO of DataGryd, a company that now leases space in the facility.
Fast Company: Why The Internet Is (Mostly) Hurricane-Proof
As the city deals with the Sandy aftermath, data center companies in Manhattan are doing their best to keep servers online. But even if they fail, they’re not taking the Internet down with them…DataGryd CEO Peter Feldman says fuel trucks are stationed outside of 60 Hudson and the company doesn’t anticipate shortages. His back-of-the envelope estimate is that the data center companies in the building are consuming about 20,000 gallons of fuel per day.
Data Center Knowledge:New Data Hub Being Developed in Manhattan
The new space at 325 Hudson comes amid a flurry of data center development in Manhattan, The new projects include… DataGryd: This new player in the Manhattan market is developing up to 240,000 square feet of data center space within 60 Hudson Street, and is working with the landlord to update the building’s power infrastructure.
Information Week: Modern Manhattan Data Center’s Secret: Gas Turbines
If you’re thinking about saving energy in your data center, consider the efforts of Peter Feldman, CEO of DataGryd. His firm has designed a co-generation facility for 240,000 square feet of data center space in the heart of Manhattan.