Hibernia Networks expands into ColocationGuard's Brooklyn data center

New York-based colocation provider ColoGuard Enterprise Solutions, LLC (ColocationGuard) said that global telecommunications services provider Hibernia Networks has launched a new Point of Presence (PoP) at the company´s flagship data center: CGNY1.

The addition of Hibernia Networks provides ColocationGuard´s customers with immediate access to a global network that spans 25 countries and connects to more than 220 PoPs. Additionally, companies housed within the data center can now utilize the lowest latency transatlantic network, as well as a comprehensive portfolio of connectivity solutions, to transport mission critical data efficiently and securely.

ColocationGuard´s carrier-neutral data center contains more than 50,000 square feet of available space and possesses the features that today´s enterprise customers have come to expect, including a high-density server environment with a fully redundant power architecture.

The SSAE16 Certified facility is outfitted with a multi-stage security system, including integrated CCTV, biometrics, and a 24/7/365 on-site monitoring staff. All power equipment is built with N+2 redundancy in case of component failure and the building draws power from two independent power grids, backed by three diesel generators with 12,000 gallons (1 full week) of reserve fuel.

As Brooklyn´s only data center and carrier-neutral hotel for all major fiber providers, ColoGuard Enterprise Solutions, LLC operates over 60,000 square feet of colocation space in both Brooklyn and Northern New Jersey. The company delivers one-gig to 100-gig connections via numerous providers with Points of Presence in the facility. Founded in 2003, ColocationGuard provides affordable enterprise colocation solutions for companies of all sizes.

Hibernia Networks owns and operates a global network serving more than 100 markets and spanning 25 countries. Its customers include a variety of industry segments, including financial markets, web-centric, media and entertainment, and telecom service providers.