Telx, a leading interconnection company, has acquired an additional 6,000 square feet of colocation space in San Francisco. The new space is Telx’s fourth expansion in six months, during which time they’ve increased their total colocation space by 46,000 square feet.
The San Francisco Bay Area, a key network hub, is one of the tightest colocation markets in the nation because so many companies place their servers there. In fact, after New York, San Francisco is the second largest market for colocation in the United States.
Telx’s additional colocation space is sure to be welcomed in San Francisco where many companies are forced to look further out of the bay area to cities like San Jose because of the lack of available space.
Telx has just completed a strong second quarter keeping them in line to achieve an increase in revenue of more than 40 percent in 2008. Their expansions this year are a testament to this strong growth curve.
Telx is a world-class leader in providing interconnectivity solutions through its network-neutral and network- rich, colocation facilities. With over a dozen facilities in North America, Telx offers cost effective networking solutions for customers to seamlessly access diverse global networks and exchange information in a secure and reliable environment. Over 600 leading telecommunications carriers, ISPs, content providers and enterprises rely on Telx's world-class team to support their mission-critical global infrastructure and to create a global connectivity marketplace to dramatically expand their business growth. Telx is a privately held company headquartered in New York City with facilities in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Miami, Phoenix, Charlotte, and Weehawken, N.J.
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