111 8th Avenue As World’s Top Colocation Address

Google has reveal its plans for the development of Manhattan’s 111 8th Avenue carrier hotel it bought last year. The Search engine’s executives said that in a blog post that there no plans to do away with the presence of commercial data center services providers at 111 8th Ave. in New York City.

Google is about to appoint a new “Strategic Network Negotiator”. At the top of one’s responsibilities is a requirement to “develop and execute on a vision for continuously improving the distinction of 111 8th Avenue as a premier location for telecommunications carriers, data center and colocation facility operators, and their customers”.

The leader in the Search market wants its new Strategic Negotiator to “spearhead the acquisition and allocation of Google’s global networking infrastructure”. Google wants the negotiator to interact closely with outside vendors to design, develop and deliver new contracts for dark fiber, colocation, peering, voice, and data center services. The company wants to sell its 111 8th Avenue facility as a premier location for telecommunications carriers, data center and colocation facility operators.

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