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Data Center Post: Peter Feldman, CEO and Principal of DataGryd, Discusses What Makes 60 Hudson Different, the Impact of the Cloud and His Belief in a Certain Mythical Creature
On the eve of IMN’s 7th Annual Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure (East), where DataGryd’s Peter Feldman will appear on the Cloud Service Provider CEO Panel, Data Center POST interviewed the company’s CEO and principal to discuss what sets DataGryd apart from other colocation facilities in the New York metro area, the needs of Cloud providers, and his abiding belief in unicorns.
In recent years, the Greater New York data center market has faced several strong headwinds, including the financial crisis and its chilling effect on spending, fallout from flood-related outages during Superstorm Sunday, and a tough competitive environment for the region’s wholesale providers.
At ITW 2017, DataGryd CEO and Principal Peter Feldman discusses the most strategic international data network hub and largest single footprint
Mother Nature couldn’t stop data center professionals from coming together for our FUN event! The DataGryd “Carnival Palooza”, originally scheduled in the heart of the Big Apple on March 13th, was postponed until last week, due to the snowstorm of the year. Even though industry leaders had to wait…. the confetti, cotton candy and corn dogs are all gone now.
In a recent article that appeared in Crain’s New York Business, journalist Matthew Flamm explored the current growth surge throughout the Big Apple’s technology sector. Citing nearly a dozen organizations, from up-and-coming and innovative e-commerce and advertising technology companies, to venture capital investment database and tech-focused boutique legal firms, Flamm is especially bullish on technology across the New York metro area.
Venture capital spending cooled in 2016, but tech remains one of New York City's hottest sectors. Here's how to get in on the action as the industry matures.
DataGryd, a leader in data center development and operations in Manhattan, today announces the completion of infrastructure updates at its 60 Hudson facility, offering built-to-suit colocation opportunities to incoming tenants.
Cx2 is an offshoot of DataGryd’s data cloud ecology, which is an on-demand space for cloud providers to have a node but also, in a wholesale situation, be able to sell in New York City and expand their operations with minimal exposure
Construction Today: DataGryd’s efforts are transforming a historic Manhattan building into a future-proof, world-class, high-tech data center
The leader in data center development and operations in Manhattan, DataGryd is transforming 60 Hudson into the most sophisticated and flexible data center in Manhattan, and founder and CEO Peter Feldman says the end-result should be a major step forward for the company and telecommunications on the island as a whole.
Press Release:DATAGRYD’S STATE-OF-THE-ART DATA CENTER AT 60 HUDSON RECEIVES DC OIX-2 CERTIFICATION FROM OPEN-IX ASSOCIATION
DataGryd is pleased to announce that its 240,000 square feet of data center space at 60 Hudson Street in New York City has received DC OIX-2 certification from the Open-IX Association (OIX).
DataGryd is pleased to announce that CEO Peter Feldman recently spoke at two industry conferences to discuss data center trends, data services and the future of the industry.
Turning an Art Deco landmark erected 85 years ago into a high-capacity data hub might seem less daunting in a building that was the former headquarters of Western Union Co. But the 1-million-sq-ft structure at 60 Hudson St. in Manhattan—which once housed 70 million ft of wire and 30 miles of conduit, and where nearly all undersea telegraph cables from Europe plugged into the U.S.—still needs a massive transformation to fit its new role as a modern data nerve center.
DataGryd is pleased to announce its participation and support of the Datacenter Dynamics Enterprise USA conference, which took place on March 17 and 18, 2015 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.
DataGryd is pleased to announce the launch of its MegaSuite high-power data center in cost effective megawatt configurations, featuring greater operative space, utility grade infrastructure and smarter energy. The MegaSuite is now available to provision your NYC data center requirement.
The newest player in Manhattan’s data center scene is about to open its doors within 60 Hudson Street, the iconic Manhattan connectivity hub in TriBeCa. DataGryd is operating out of four floors in 60 Hudson, representing nearly a quarter million square feet of space in one of New York’s most wired addresses.
DataGryd has spent $100 million converting four floors of 60 Hudson St., a famed telecommunications carrier and transatlantic cable hub, into a cutting-edge data-center space. The company has leased out one floor and will begin a marketing push for the rest of the space with an event Sept. 18.
Data center colocation services provider Telx has added about 70,000 sq ft of space to its data center at 60 Hudson – a major New York City carrier hotel – increasing its capacity in the building by about 70%.