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New York Data Center Grand Opening A Success!

Yesterday, May 5th, 2015, 1547 Critical Systems Realty hosted a grand opening celebration at the company’s new flagship data center facility in Orangeburg, New York. The event was a rousing success, with solid attendance, data center tours, an open bar, Tesla vehicle demonstrations, and even helicopter tours for VIPs. The entire team at 1547 thanks everyone who attended, especially Orangetown and Rockland County officials.

Despite overcast skies, the weather remained favorable for opening remarks in the tent outside. Speakers included the Hon. Andrew Steward, Supervisor at the Town of Orangetown; Hon. Edwin J. Day, County Executive for the County of Rockland; and Al Samuels, the President & CEO of the Rockland Business Association. The 1547 executive team also made remarks, as did Andre Grebenstein, President of construction firm The Martin Group. After the ribbon cutting, visitors were free to mingle during a cocktail reception, take a tour of the building, or check out the cars.

The 1 Ramland Rd facility already has several large tenants, including a major telecom provider and Green House Data, a colocation and cloud services provider. With the finishing touches wrapped up, the building looks great and promises to deliver the uptime, power, and connectivity that clients demand.

Read more details about the data center and see a slideshow of pictures from the event below.

About 1 Ramland New York Data Center

The new facility is just twenty miles from midtown Manhattan, with 150,000 square feet of data center space available now, plus 65,000 square feet of office space ready for disaster recovery or other uses. The building is carrier neutral with multiple lit and dark fiber providers, plus fiber to major carrier hotels like 60 Hudson.

With 24MW of expandable power, a low power cost of just 8 cents/kWh, two separate substation feeds, and N+2 power, the building can accommodate almost any infrastructure configuration. Learn more about our New York data center.