ORANGEBURG, NY – September 28, 2016 – fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547), a leading developer and operator of custom designed data centers, announces new Disaster Recovery (DR) space at its Orangeburg, New York data center. The Disaster Recovery space totals 3,460 square feet with 5 dedicated offices and 2,500 square feet of open desk area. This new space is available immediately to both existing and new customers.
This build-out completes Phase I of the Disaster Recovery space in Orangeburg, and includes 84 office seats which can be leased in a dedicated or shared environment allowing customers a physical office, on-site, available on demand.
“When creating a DR strategy, physical space plays a critical role in a successful plan,” states Rick Drescher, Managing Director, Technical Services of Savills Studley. “1547’s Orangeburg Disaster Recovery space provides an ideal physical environment to keep employees running in case of an emergency. This offering further positions Orangeburg as a viable data center option for the New York Metro market.”
“With our recent colocation offering announcement and the addition of Disaster Recovery space within the facility, our Orangeburg data center is continuing to make advancements needed to support our growing client base,” states Robert DeVita, Chief Sales Officer at 1547. “In addition to making sure your data is secure and up and running if a disaster strikes, the Disaster Recovery space supplies your most critical asset, your employees, with the office space needed to continue working under any circumstance.”
1547 has additional Disaster Recovery space planned for Phase II of this project. The Phase II expansion includes 100 additional seats and 2,700 square feet available to customers.