DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 4, 2015-- CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR), a premier provider of secure, reliable, high-performance data center solutions across the U.S., announced today that The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, a non-profit healthcare organization serving the greater New York City area, has just completed its first data center deployment in CoreSite’s New York campus.
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The Jewish Board worked with its IT services provider, GAVS Technologies, to find a high-performance data center solution to meet the needs of its growing IT requirements. After vetting several different vendors, The Jewish Board chose CoreSite for its scalable platform of network-rich, cloud-enabled facilities and its customer-centric approach to doing business.
“In the past year, The Jewish Board has vastly increased the number of New Yorkers we serve through our programs,” said Uday Madasu, CIO of The Jewish Board. “This rapid growth has been accompanied by a dramatic increase in the amount of data associated with our healthcare programs. We ran out of capacity and needed a trusted partner who could meet our performance, compliance and technical requirements and with whom we could grow. That partner is CoreSite.”
CoreSite’s New York campus includes two data center facilities – NY1, comprised of over 48,000 square feet of data center space in the heart of Manhattan, and NY2 with over 236,000 square feet of data center space situated above the 500-year floodplain in Secaucus, NJ. Supporting acceleration of customers’ IT performance while reducing customer costs, CoreSite’s New York campus hosts over 40 network service providers and provides direct access to some of the world’s leading cloud service providers, all with robust, low-latency network access to Manhattan.
“We are pleased to welcome The Jewish Board to our healthcare ecosystem across our national platform,” said Rachel Weissberg, senior director of healthcare development at CoreSite. “As our other healthcare customers have experienced, CoreSite’s high-performance, secure and reliable infrastructure enables healthcare organizations like The Jewish Board to strengthen business performance, reduce cost, and meet compliance requirements related to HIPAA. Our team of experienced professionals looks forward to working alongside The Jewish Board to streamline its data center operations so that it can focus on extending the reach of its programs.”
About The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
For 140 years, as the largest health and human services agency in New York City, The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services has been helping New Yorkers realize their potential and live as independently as possible. With hope and resilience guiding our work, we promote recovery by addressing all aspects of an individual’s life, including mental and physical health, family, housing, employment and education. Inspired by Jewish values, The Jewish Board brings the ideals of Jewish service to all New Yorkers. Visit us at www.jbfcs.org.
CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR) delivers secure, reliable, high-performance data center solutions across eight key North American markets. More than 800 of the world’s leading enterprises, network operators, cloud providers, and supporting service providers choose CoreSite to connect, protect and optimize their performance-sensitive data, applications and computing workloads. Our scalable, flexible solutions and 350+ dedicated employees consistently deliver unmatched data center options -- all of which leads to a best-in-class customer experience and lasting relationships. For more information, visit www.CoreSite.com.
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