FiberMedia adds more space to its Secaucus, NJ data center

FiberMedia, a data center provider with strong presence in the New York metro area and Cleveland, has expanded its Secaucus, N.J. data center.

Driven by the demand from enterprises for virtual cloud-based services, the expansion brings its total data center space inside the first floor of 200 Meadowlands Parkway to 47,000 square feet and creates 30,000 feet of customer colocation space.

Like its other area colocation centers, the newly expanded Secaucus center is built with enabling constant uptime and security for its customers. It includes number of key features: six layers of security, seven layers of redundancy in N+1 and 2N configurations, 24/7 NOC coverage, two meet-me-rooms, dual points of entry for its dense network of communication carriers, and a new dedicated 5MW power feed.

But this expansion is just one part of a broader effort the data center provider has in its sight.

It has secured the rights to acquire the entire second floor of the same building, which consists of 34,000 square feet. When that second expansion effort is complete, it will have a total of 81,000 available square footage of space at this facility.

Michael Bucheit, CEO of FiberMedia Group in a statement, said that "The demand in the market for Intelligent Data Center Solutions that are both cost effective and dynamic continues to grow" from mid- and large-size enterprises that are deploying traditional and cloud IT infrastructure that is located near their business locations.

For more:
- see the release

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