CenturyLink shortlists DataGryd for data centre solutions vendor role



DataGryd is headquartered in New York

New York based data centre provider DataGryd announced that it is now an approved vendor for Louisiana based CenturyLink.

The company revealed that it now has the ability to provide CenturyLink customers data centre and colocation solutions within the 60 Hudson Street carrier hotel.

DataGryd is a data centre company in Lower Manhattan that serves customers with a minimum commitment of 100kW up to 5MW.

Most recently, DataGryd unveiled the completion of MegaSuite 6, a high-density and data centre suite designed to meet its clients’ expanding requirements for data processing and storage.

The New York based data centre facility delivers 72,000 sq ft of support infrastructure and provides wholesale pricing and customisable suites starting at 100kW, 250kW, 500KW and up to 5MW for turnkey entry into the New York market.


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Customers of both CenturyLink and DataGryd are now able to order services and solutions enhancing complementary service offerings and capabilities across each company.

“We are honoured to have gone through and received approval by CenturyLink as a vendor to provide industry-leading data centre and colocation solutions to their clients within 60 Hudson Street,” said Tom Brown, President and CEO of DataGryd.

“By becoming an approved vendor of CenturyLink, we have the ability to fast track their client network and edge computing solutions, providing customers access to the largest available data centre and colocation space offered in Manhattan today.”

Elsewhere, CenturyLink announced the expansion of its Cloud Connect Dynamix Connections service to Google Cloud Platform in October this year.

The expansion enables network connectivity across thousands of endpoints in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe through CenturyLink’s global fibre network, according to the company.

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