Why Should You Choose a Data Center in Orangeburg, New York for Colocation?
Downsides of a colocation within New York City
- Old facilities and equipment:
Data centers within New York City are about 15-years-old on average. Old cooling and support equipment put workloads are at risk. Older data centers tend to be less efficient, costing operators monthly due to higher energy consumption.
- High power costs:
Commercial energy in NYC is close to 14 cents/kWh.
- Flood Hazard:
Much of Manhattan is at high risk of flooding.
- Lack of sales tax and investment incentives.
Colocation with 1547 in Orangeburg, NY is the Solution
- Sales tax and investment incentives:
fifteenfortyseven has worked with the county of Rockland to secure sales tax exemptions and other incentives for new data center developments. The normal sales tax rate of 8.375% in Rockland County does not apply to our customers, which will save you over $80,000 on a $1 million purchase of new colocated data center equipment.
- Low-cost power:
Lowest cost power in region, at just $0.10/kWh.
Orangeburg is situated miles away from flood zones. During Hurricane Sandy, our facility received no damage and did not lose power. Orangeburg has proximity to the tri-state area, and our data center is synchronous with Manhattan, Connecticut, and key facilities in New Jersey.
- New facility with data center and colocation solutions customized for you:
Our facility is a newly constructed data center development with Powered Shell strategy, and is designed for organizations wanting control, input on infrastructure, and a faster path to delivery.