|By Business Wire||
|August 6, 2014 08:13 AM EDT||
325 Hudson, the carrier-neutral core interconnection facility strategically located on the fiber-dense crossroads of Hudson Street and the Holland Tunnel in New York City, announces that Zayo Group, LLC (“Zayo”), an international provider of Bandwidth Infrastructure, has established a Point of Presence (PoP) at 325 Hudson.
Zayo’s network spans more than 77,000 route miles across the U.S. and Europe and includes over 14,000 on-net buildings. To establish a presence at 325 Hudson, Zayo constructed dual and diverse 432 count fiber cables into the building, and dual and diverse 216 count fiber cables into the 325 Hudson Meet Me Area. Zayo’s position within the Meet Me Area will enable 325 Hudson customers to leverage Zayo’s extensive network and provide Zayo customers with additional connectivity options.
“We are continually working to accommodate the connectivity needs of our customers, and expanding our presence in the New York market supports this goal,” said Chris Morley, president of marketing and sales at Zayo. “By establishing a presence at 325 Hudson, we are able to support the ecosystem and offer our services to the growing presence of media, entertainment, and content companies in 325 Hudson.”
“We welcome Zayo to our facility and look forward to providing increased connectivity choices to our customers,” said John Danko, Director of Business Development at 325 Hudson. “We are motivated to drive business to Zayo’s network and help them be an important part of the community here.”
For more information on 325 Hudson, visit www.325hudson.com.
For more information on Zayo Group, visit www.zayo.com.
About 325 Hudson
325 Hudson Street, a partnership of Jamestown, Amerimar Enterprises and Hunter Newby, is a 10-story, 240,000 square foot building located in the heart of New York City’s “Hudson Square” neighborhood, along the fiber-dense Hudson Street corridor. The building has direct access to Transatlantic cables and major metro and regional fiber providers. The carrier-neutral core interconnection facility features a building-owned and managed Meet Me Room with a commitment to no monthly recurring cross connect fees. With the building and the Meet Me Room under common ownership, 325 Hudson provides a stable long-term neutral environment for global network operators to thrive in New York City.
About Zayo Group
Based in Boulder, Colo., Zayo Group provides comprehensive Bandwidth Infrastructure services in over 295 markets throughout the US and Europe. Zayo delivers a full suite of lit services and dark fiber products to wireline and wireless customers, data centers, Internet content providers, high-bandwidth enterprises, and government agencies across its robust 77,000 route mile network. The company also offers 27 carrier-neutral colocation facilities across the US. Please visit www.zayo.com for more information about Zayo and its fiber solutions.
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