|By Liz McMillan||
|April 17, 2014 09:05 AM EDT||
TELEHOUSE has announced that New York International Exchange (NYIIX), operated by Telehouse as one of the largest neutral Internet exchange points on the East Coast, is now live and fully available at its 165 Halsey Street facility in Newark, NJ. Presently, NYIIX offers six robust locations within the New York City Metro area -- 85 10th Avenue, 7 Teleport Drive, 60 Hudson Street, 111 8th Avenue, 32 Avenue of the Americas and 165 Halsey.
Customers of NYIIX gain direct access to mainstream traffic and niche, regional markets with powerful network-to-network connections at speeds up to 10 GigE. NYIIX's low latency allows for enhanced network performance and improved connectivity to major providers in a large network space. NYIIX offers optimal primary and secondary IP traffic routing options and is IPV4 and IPV6 capable.
"The full accessibility of NYIIX to our customers at 165 Halsey Street signifies the continuing evolution of the New York peering market and further promotion of our robust and consolidated network," says Akio Sugeno, Vice President of Internet Engineering, Operations and Business Development at Telehouse.
The availability of NYIIX in 165 Halsey coincides with Telehouse's recent announcement of a website launch for NYIIX at http://www.nyiix.net. The upgraded website features a streamlined design where members and prospects alike can easily acquire information on NYIIX's architecture, current members, statistics, and recent news updates.
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