Telx is a leading provider of interconnection and secure data center services in strategic, high-demand North American markets. With 20 data centers supported by 100% Uptime SLAs and 24 Hour Cross Connect guarantees, Telx increases speed to market and reduced connectivity costs by providing direct connectivity to the industry’s highest performance networks and access to 1,100+ customers, including leading telecommunications carriers, ISPs, cloud providers, content providers and enterprises. Telx is a privately held company headquartered in New York City, servicing 13 US markets with six facilities across the New York / New Jersey Metro area, two facilities in Chicago, two facilities in Dallas, four facilities in California (Los Angeles, San Francisco, and two in Santa Clara), two Pacific Northwest facilities (Seattle and Portland), and facilities in Atlanta, Miami, Phoenix and Charlotte, N.C.
What makes Telx strategic? It’s the business value we deliver through interconnection, colocation and datacenters. We help our customers create a competitive advantage by:
- Providing connections in key locations near cable landing, fiber paths, exchanges and media hubs
- Providing a network-neutral ecosystem for doing business
- Empowering you to choose from multiple telecommunication and service providers quickly and efficiently
- Enabling you to buy services at wholesale rates
- Helping you save substantial costs by reducing or eliminating local loops
- Reducing latency associated with connecting to cloud services, financial exchanges and media providers
- Providing enthusiastic customer service
Telx is a portfolio company of ABRY Partners, LLC and Berkshire Partners, LLC, two Boston based investment firms. Founded in 2000, Telx built the largest carrier-neutral, physical layer interconnection facility at 60 Hudson Street, NY. In 2004, Telx acquired 56 Marietta Street, the premier carrier hotel building in Atlanta, GA. In December 2006, Digital Realty Trust, owner and manager of technology-related real estate, and Telx entered into an agreement whereby Telx now owns and manages interconnection facilities in 10 Digital Realty Trust buildings in the United States. With this momentum, Telx acquired NYC Connect’s interconnection facilities at 111 Eighth Avenue, NYC in March of 2007. Since 2007, Telx has expanded into four additional facilities (Santa Clara, Dallas, and two in New Jersey) and expanded its footprint within its existing facilities to meet the growing demand for its services. Telx now operates a national portfolio of 19 strategically located interconnection and colocation facilities.