DataGryd, a leading data center provider in New York City, has completed MegaSuite 6, a high-density and high-performance data center suite designed to meet clients’ expanding requirements for data processing and storage. MegaSuite 6 is located in the largest single-footprint data center space available in New York City—DataGryd’s iconic 60 Hudson Street, a world-class carrier hotel.
According to the company, MegaSuite 6 can seamlessly support evolving networking demands. “We’re thrilled to have completed this exciting build, offering a turnkey data center solution that expertly supports global networking requirements and technologies with effective IT infrastructure,” said Tom Brown, President and CEO of DataGryd.
MegaSuite 6 delivers 72,000 square feet of support infrastructure, offering cost-effective megawatt configurations. The tenants of MegaSuite 6 benefit from megawatt configurations supported by 5,000 kilowatts (kW) of utility power generators and cooling towers. The new facility boasts of customizable suites starting at 100 kW, 250kW, 500kw and up to 5 MW for turnkey entry into the New York market. It also provides wholesale pricing.
“As one of the largest data center construction projects in Manhattan, MegaSuite 6 stands as the most modern and efficient data center solution in the market. This underpins our commitment to driving operational efficiencies for customers while delivering the highest possible value into the future,” Tom Brown added.
Customers are empowered to directly connect to more than 300 carriers, network providers, and exchanges, along with more than six fully operational subsea systems anchored in the building. There is no monthly cross connect fees. Moreover, DataGryd’s power source is a direct feed from the utility, with dual power feeds that are entirely separated from the building. It guarantees increased resiliency.
DataGryd offers the most strategic international data network hub and largest single footprint data center available in New York City. DataGryd’s 60 Hudson facility in Lower Manhattan meets the ever-increasing demand for data processing and data storage centers in New York’s urban market. It provides up to 60,000 square-feet of available colocation space and state-of-the-art power and cooling infrastructure for data network, telecommunications, cloud, and large enterprises.