Orangeburg, New York
Occupying 23 acres of land at 1 Ramland Road in Orangeburg, New York, the 232,000 sq. ft. data center is positioned near the region’s major highways. The property is just 22 miles from Midtown Manhattan, and is synchronous with Manhattan, Connecticut, and key facilities in New Jersey.
The data center is in an optimal location for latency-sensitive applications, business continuity and disaster recovery facilities. The state-of-the-art building is designed to meet the highest standards of infrastructure requirements to service the New York and New Jersey markets. Ample access to power satisfies and exceeds critical networks’ needs for connectivity. With 2N and N+1 power available, our Orangeburg, NY data center is ready to meet the most stringent requirements.
Enterprise-ready colocation services that meet your needs – no matter the business size – and scale with you as you grow.
- Multiple lit and dark providers
- 1 gig-10 gig services to buildings across New York and New Jersey
- Access to connectivity hubs in Manhattan at 60 Hudson and 111 8th Avenue
- Access to New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut data centers
- 24 MW provisioned in an N+2 scheme
- 12 MW on-site
- Lowest cost power in region
- Two 13.2 kv utility circuits fed by separate substations
- Separate power substations from NY & NJ Critical IT load: 1.9 MW
Our shared seats, customized dedicated offices, dedicated access controlled space and conference rooms ensure you have the space needed to keep your business up and running, even in the face of a disaster. The Disaster Recovery space totals 3,460 sq ft, with 84 shared desks, 5 dedicated offices, and 3,500 sq ft of additional customizable space.
Customers can take advantage of a full Sales Tax Abatement on all new hardware deployed in our Rockland County, NY facility. Click the button below to learn more about available tax and investment incentives.
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Why Choose an Orangeburg, NY Data Center for Colocation?
Those shopping for colocation or cloud hosting within the New York area would be wise to consider an upstate New York facility over a facility within New York City.
Downsides of colocation within NYC
- Old facilities: Data centers within New York City are 15-years-old on average. When cooling and support equipment are old, workloads are at risk. Older data centers may be less efficient, costing operators monthly as they consume greater amounts of energy.
- High power costs: commercial energy in NYC is close to 14 cents per kWh.
- Lack of data center sales tax and investment incentives.
Orangeburg, NY colocation hosted by 1547
- fifteenfortyseven worked with Rockland County to secure sales tax exemptions and other incentives for new data center developments. The normal sales tax rate of 8.375% in Rockland County does not apply, saving you over $80,000 on a $1 million purchase of new colocated data center equipment.
- Unlike much of Manhattan, Orangeburg is situated miles away from flood zones. During Hurricane Sandy, the facility received no damage and did not lose power.
- Lowest cost power in region, at just $0.10/kWh.
- Our Orangeburg facility is a newly constructed data center development. With Powered Shell strategy, it’s designed for organizations wanting control, input on infrastructure, and a faster path to delivery.
- Proximity to the tri-state area, and focus on serving clients with high-performance infrastructure requirements.
Read “The State of the New York City Data Center Market” to learn more about the benefits of investing in the market in regions surrounding the city, versus directly within the metro area of New York.
- 100,000 sq. ft. total with 10,000 sq. ft. of raised floor across two 5,000 sq. ft. data halls
- High density 10KW + per cabinets
- Multi-tenant data center space (1,200-3,000 sq. ft. suites) with conference room, break room and office space available immediately
- 60′ tall extension of 230,000 sq. ft.
- Planned second building for a total of 462,000 sq. ft.
- On-site substation with 50 MW capacity