March 27, 2017

US Dedicated expands into New York with CoreSite

The IaaS provider has expanded in order to support the strong demand of its customer base in New York

CoreSite, the data center and interconnection solutions provider in the U.S., announced that US Dedicated, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) mitigation provider, has expanded its presence in the U.S. with a deployment in CoreSite’s New York data center campus. CoreSite says that the expansion brings US Dedicated’s presence with CoreSite to a total of three markets, including Chicago and Los Angeles.

Robby Hicks, CEO at US Dedicated said:

We chose to expand with CoreSite based on its optimal mix of technology, support and outstanding facilities.

CoreSite’s New York campus provides the performance, redundancy and reliability we require, supported by a best-in-class customer experience.

US Dedicated says that CoreSite’s data center campus will allow it to reach a geographically diverse set of customers within the New York market, where US Dedicated has seen strong demand from its current customer base.

CoreSite claims that its New York campus includes two data center facilities, NY1, comprising over 48,000 sq.ft. of data center space in the heart of Manhattan, and NY2, with over 236,000 sq.ft. of data center space situated in Secaucus, NJ. The campus hosts over 40 network service providers and provides direct access to a number of cloud service providers.

Maile Kaiser, Vice President of Sales at CoreSite said:

We are pleased to have US Dedicated expand its presence with CoreSite in New York, and join our robust community of enterprise and digital content companies, cloud and IT service providers, and network providers.

Our diverse and network-dense platform provides a compelling solution for enterprises looking to expand their businesses in a scalable, secure and reliable facility. We look forward to continuing to support US Dedicated to reach its growth targets.

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