ColoCrossing opened its second New York datacenter in July 2012. The facility, BUF1, is located in Western New York, and is strategically positioned between major East Coast population centers, NYC, Chicago and Toronto. The "upstate" facility, as locals refer to it as, provides superior connectivity and latency to Europe while benefiting from the favorable economic environment in the area.
Nearby "Wonder of the World," Niagara Falls, provides reliable and inexpensive hydro-electric power, allowing our datacenter to operate on renewable energy. Standard dedicated servers, managed private cloud, cabinet colocation and private suites are available at the BUF1 datacenter.
||325 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY 14202
||13,000 square feet, expandable up to 23,000 square feet
||ColoCrossing's fully redundant native 10GE network consists of TeliaSonera, XO Communications, Hibernia Networks, and Zayo. Other carriers are available.
||24/7/365 electronic monitoring. Biometric Card access to datacenter facility provides another layer of security.
||Thanks to the hydro-electric capabilities provided by Niagara Falls, our Buffalo datacenter benefits from inexpensive environmentally friendly electric power.
||Low latency and high throughput network access to North America and Europe.
- Technical specifications of the ColoCrossing Buffalo datacenter facility.