Open Access Network Infrastructure

Open Access Network Infrastructure is critical for any modern economy if it wants to stay alive and relevant. Job creation, productivity and economic development are hinged upon direct, unobstructed access to the greatest number of the highest speed networks and content at the lowest possible costs. The root of success is firmly planted in real estate and rights of way and the carrier-neutral application and development of each.

325 Hudson

325 Hudson is an enterprise mixed-use building providing strategically-located colocation and network-neutral interconnection Meet-Me-Room (MMR) services, and tenant-ready commercial office space. The building serves companies from start-ups to international providers, offering vast connectivity solutions for tenants seeking space to innovate.

Allied Colo

Allied Colo is a network-neutral colocation and interconnection provider with a long-term horizon. The company has assembled a team of the best and brightest in their respective fields to address and solve network access issues that are a result of a lack of a physical, neutral meeting point between content, applications, and the people and machines that seek to access it. Allied Colo helps make the Internet cost less and run faster through real estate.


Allied-IX, in partnership with DE-CIX, deploys and maintains open-access, neutral Internet Exchanges (IXs). These IXs allow for peering and interconnection with locally cached content and applications, resulting in reduced need for Internet transit, lower cost, and lower latency for all users — a faster, better, more cost-effective and secure Internet.

Colo Atl

Located in the global telecom hub of Atlanta, Georgia, Colo Atl provides colocation, data center & interconnection services, at an affordable rate. Colo Atl is a neutral colocation facility that allows tenants and carriers to securely and conveniently cross-connect within a SSAE 16 certified facility. Colo Atl has no monthly recurring cross connect fees between tenants and provides exceptional customer service.

Fibre Centre

The Network Hub For Atlantic Canada-United States-Europe. Fibre Centre is a network-neutral data centre and meet-me-room located at 770 St George Blvd in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The business was created to provide an important and strategic access point to the numerous fibre-based submarine and terrestrial carrier networks that pass through the Province of New Brunswick as the hub of Atlantic Canada.

Netrality Properties

Netrality Properties owns and operates network-neutral carrier hotels and meet me rooms providing a mix of powered shell, retail and wholesale data center solutions driven by fiber-dense, network-rich interconnection environments.

New Jersey Fiber Exchange

NJFX is the first colocation campus to sit at a cable landing station and offer Tier 3, carrier neutral data center capabilities. The colocation campus is supported by several carriers and offers direct access to multiple independent subsea cable systems that interconnect North America, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean.

The Telx Group

The Telx Group (Telx) operates carrier-neutral interconnection facilities in which it provides critical connections between enterprises, telecommunications carriers, network providers, technology companies, and others to facilitate the exchange of digital information across networks. In 2015, Telx was acquired by Digital Realty.

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