Cogeco Peer 1 - New York
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Cogeco Peer 1 - New York is located in the area New York, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 19-11-2018.
This data center is located within 75 Broad Street
Cogeco Peer 1
75 Broad Street
10004 New York
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Cogeco Peer 1's New York Data Center offers colocation solutions with outstanding connectivity and excellent reach to customers in the greater New York metropolitan area and Northeast, including the important population centers and business hubs of Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington D.C.
Located in New York City's legendary financial district, the New York Data Center is a place you'll make excuses to visit as often as possible. With strong connectivity access to critical Northeast markets, you'll experience improved response times and less latency.
FLEXIBLE AND RELIABLE
The New York Data Center is carrier-neutral, with several carriers present to choose from. No matter your unique needs, this facility offers the flexibility you need to meet and exceed them. And if you're looking for reliability, the New York Data Center provides power from multiple UPS sources to ensure maximum uptime.
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