Hunter Newby, Amerimar launch new carrier hotel provider Netrality Properties

Hunter Newby and Amerirmar Enterprises have advanced their position in the colocation and carrier hotel market by forming Netrality Properties, a company that owns and operates carrier hotels in the North American market.

Among the various benefits of Netrality's carrier hotels is they have an abundance of fiber connectivity, a carrier-neutral meet me room (MMR) coupled with colocation space and no monthly recurring costs for cross connections between networks with a presence in the MMR.  

In each of these facilities, Netrality offers a mix of colocation cabinets, cages and suites, as well as interconnection and remote hands services. The service provider also offers wholesale data center and powered shell in select locations.

Netrality currently owns and operates 1.9 million square feet across four properties in the United States with plans to acquire additional properties in Tier 1 and Tier 2 markets.

Network expansion has been an ongoing theme for Newby and Netrality.

One of the largest projects the two partners have undertaken was the development of new colocation space at 325 Hudson Street in 2012. Since then the pair has acquired three other colocation assets, including 401 North Broad, and is currently on track to increase their total square footage under ownership to over 3 million by the end of the first quarter of 2015.

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