325 Hudson, the carrier-neutral core interconnection facility strategically located on the fiber-dense crossroads of Hudson Street and the Holland Tunnel in New York City, announces that Global Cloud Xchange, formerly Reliance Globalcom, has established a point of presence within the 325 Hudson Meet Me Room.
Hong Kong, 31 March 2014: Global Cloud Xchange (GCX) owns the world’s largest private undersea cable system spanning 65,000 kms seamlessly integrated with over 190,000 kms of domestic optic fiber providing a robust Global Service Delivery Platform connecting 40 key business markets in Asia, the Middle East, India, Europe and the U.S.
325 Hudson will provide Global Cloud Xchange the opportunity to offer direct access to the FA-1 submarine cable system as well as our entire global network,” said Michael Sauer, President Americas, Global Cloud Xchange.“Additionally, by providing access to the widely diverse range of carriers in the building, GCX will facilitate a simplified and efficient growth model for multi-carrier network solutions.”
“Global Cloud Xchange is an outstanding addition to the 325 Hudson Meet Me Room,” states Hunter Newby, Joint Venture Partner at 325 Hudson. “By having direct, physical access to and from the GCX global submarine cable system, all network operators will see improvements, not only in the quality and diversity of their routes, but also in their financial returns.” For more information on 325 Hudson, visit www.325hudson.com
About 325 Hudson
325 Hudson Street, a partnership of Jamestown, Amerimar Enterprises and Hunter Newby, is a 10-story, 240,000 square foot building located in the heart of New York City’s “Hudson Square” neighborhood, along the fiber-dense Hudson Street corridor. The building has direct access to Transatlantic cables and major metro and regional fiber providers. The carrier-neutral core interconnection facility features a building-owned and managed Meet Me Room with a commitment to no monthly recurring cross connect fees. With the building and the Meet Me Room under common ownership, 325 Hudson provides a stable long-term neutral environment for global network operators to thrive in New York City.
About Global Cloud Xchange
Global Cloud Xchange, formerly Reliance Globalcom, brings together the synergies of Reliance Communications’ Global Business encompassing Capacity Sales, Managed Services and a portfolio of products & services comprising of Internet Solutions and Value Added Services. Global Cloud Xchange owns the world’s largest private undersea cable system spanning 67,000 route kms which, seamlessly integrated with Reliance Communications’ 200,000 route kms of domestic optic fiber backbone, provides a robust Global Service Delivery Platform connecting 40 key business markets worldwide. In addition to providing Managed Services to more than 230 countries/territories, the company also has extensive global VPLS-enabled Ethernet network capabilities. www.globalcloudxchange.com