Infotech Lead America: Time Warner Cable Business Class, a provider of business communications solutions, has opened its data center in New York City.
The new data center with 17,000 square-foot facility enables Time Warner Cable to provide businesses with a secure facility for their information technology assets.
Addressing colocation needs of enterprises, the new center — located at 395 Hudson Street in Lower Manhattan — offers flexible space options to serve the needs of enterprises.
Ken Fitzpatrick, President of Time Warner Cable Business Class, East Region, said: “Our data facility gives IT managers the peace of mind that their assets are safe, accessible and available to ensure their businesses operate optimally.”
Moreover, the data center is designed to address the needs of enterprise, small-and medium-sized businesses, as well as governmental and educational entities.
Located at 395 Hudson Street, the facility is located in the business and financial capital of the world. The site, which is located in a Zone B 100 year floodplain, was untouched by floods resulting from Hurricane Sandy.
Unlike many data centers, Time Warner Cable Business Class provides companies with the flexibility to take space that meets their needs. Space in the 17,000 square-foot facility is offered in U-nits, quarter-sized, half-sized and full racks, as well as customer cages.
The data center offers Dedicated Internet Access and Ethernet services from Time Warner Cable Business Class. The facility is also carrier neutral, enabling clients to cross connect multiple providers.
The facility is powered by diverse power routes and parallel UPS that feed from two Con Edison substations on different grids. The facility is also equipped with dual generators for redundant back-up power with hot refuel capabilities.
As a member of The Green Grid, the facility deploys energy efficient technologies and utilizes energy efficient hardware and equipment to offer a green environment.