36 New York City Area Colocation and Wholesale Data Centers Ranked by Digital Readiness

Market Opportunity Report Analyzes How Local, National, and Global Data Center Operators With Facilities in the Greater New York City Region Compare Across 51 Metrics

For Immediate Release

Digital transformation, hyperscale computing, and artificial intelligence are creating enormous market opportunities for savvy data center operators. However, some colocation and wholesale data center operators in the Greater New York City metro area are in a much better position to capitalize on this demand than others. The “Greater New York City Data Center Market Opportunity Report” analyzes how 36 colocation and wholesale data center providers in the metro New York City region are positioned to compete in the modern buyer’s journey that’s dominated by digital transformation. The report includes the entities operating 89 data center facilities in Manhattan, the Long Island and Hudson Valley regions of New York, Northern New Jersey including Secaucus, Central Jersey including Piscataway, and Lower Fairfield County, Connecticut.

The 164-page research report focuses on 51 metrics with regard to how each company fares with differentiation in the modern buyer’s journey, thought leadership strategy, website authority, competitive positioning, company social media presence, lead generation, paid search acceleration, as well as full-funnel revenue growth and digital infrastructure.

“The New York City region has long been a leader in telecommunications and internet infrastructure, dating back to the 1928 construction of 60 Hudson Street in downtown Manhattan -- which for decades was known as the Western Union Building. Nearly one in four (23.6%) of the colocation and wholesale data center facilities studied in this report are located in Manhattan. However for a multitude of cost-, convenience-, and disaster recovery-related reasons, other locations in the region -- especially in Piscataway and Secaucus -- have become very popular places to build and operate data centers,“ explained Joshua Feinberg, President of the Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute.

“Among the 36 providers that own or operate these data center facilities, there’s a mix of local, and national companies, and even some publicly-traded data center real estate investment trusts (REITs). And while most of these companies are profiting from and preach the value of digital transformation, many in leadership roles at these companies have failed to appreciate how much digital transformation impacts their own demand generation, desired customer experience, differentiation, competitive positioning, and ability to stave off market disruption. In the ‘Greater New York City Data Center Market Opportunity Report,’ we analyzed which colocation and wholesale data centers in the New York City metro region are the most digitally-savvy.”

Interested executives, as well as sales and marketing professionals, within the data center, mission critical, and cloud services industries can download a free excerpt from the “Greater New York City Data Center Market Opportunity Report.”

The colocation and wholesale data center operators analyzed in this report include:

  • 1025Connect (Westbury, New York)
  • 111 Town Square Place (formerly 111 Pavonia) (LeFrak) (Jersey City, New Jersey)
  • 1547 Realty (fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty) (Orangeburg, New York)
  • 365 Data Centers (Manhattan)
  • AT&T Business (Piscataway, New Jersey) (Manhattan)
  • Atlantic Metro Communications (North Bergen, Piscataway, Somerset, and Weehawken, New Jersey) (Manhattan)
  • Cogent Communications (Manhattan)
  • ColoCrossing (Piscataway, New Jersey)
  • Cologix (Cedar Knolls and Parsippany, New Jersey)
  • ColoGuard Enterprise Solutions (Jersey City, New Jersey) (Brooklyn, New York)
  • CoreSite Realty Corporation (Secaucus, New Jersey) (Manhattan)
  • CyrusOne (Norwalk and Stamford, Connecticut) (Somerset and Totowa, New Jersey) (Wappingers Falls, New York)
  • Cyxtera Technologies (formerly CenturyLink) (Jersey City, Newark, Piscataway, and Weehawken, New Jersey)
  • DataGryd Data Centers (Manhattan)
  • Digital Realty (formerly DuPont Fabros Technology) (Trumbull, Connecticut) (Clifton, Piscataway, Totowa, and Weehawken, New Jersey) (Manhattan)
  • Equinix (Carteret, Newark, North Bergen, Piscataway, and Secaucus, New Jersey) (Elmsford, New York and Manhattan)
  • Frontline Data Services (Orangeburg, New York)
  • Green House Data (Orangeburg, New York)
  • HopOne Internet (Manhattan)
  • INAP (formerly Internap Network Services Corporation) (Secaucus, New Jersey) (Manhattan)
  • Iron Mountain (formerly IO Data Centers) (Edison, New Jersey)
  • Netrality Properties (Manhattan)
  • NJFX (New Jersey Fiber Exchange) (Wall Township, New Jersey)
  • NYI (New York Internet) (Bridgewater, New Jersey) (Manhattan)
  • Open Data Centers (Piscataway, New Jersey)
  • QTS Data Centers (East Windsor, Jersey City, and Piscataway, New Jersey)
  • QuadraNet (Secaucus, New Jersey)
  • Sabey Data Centers (Manhattan)
  • Steadfast Networks (Edison, New Jersey)
  • Sungard Availability Services (Carlstadt, New Jersey) (Long Island City, New York)
  • T5 Data Centers (Briarcliff Manor, New York)
  • Telehouse America (Staten Island, New York and Manhattan)
  • TierPoint (Hawthorne, New York)
  • vXchnge (Secaucus, New Jersey) (Chappaqua, New York and Manhattan)
  • Webair (Garden City, New York)
  • Zayo Group (zColo) (Newark, New Jersey) (Manhattan)

About the Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute: The Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute is a boutique business advisory, consulting, and training firm dedicated to the advancement of sales and marketing within the colocation and wholesale data center, mission-critical, and cloud services industries. The Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute publishes Data Center Market Opportunity Research Reports, offers Data Center Business Advisory Services and Consulting Services, and leads Data Center Sales & Marketing Training Workshops for CEOs, presidents, founders, sales directors, channel directors, business development directors, marketing directors, and product directors. With clients all over the World, the Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute, a division of SP Home Run Inc., identifies revenue growth opportunities that companies are currently missing.

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