Eze Castle Integration Selects QTS Data Center to Expand Colocation Services
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (February 22, 2011) – QTS (Quality Technology Services), one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing providers of data center facilities and managed services, today announced that it was chosen by Eze Castle Integration, the leading provider of IT services, technology and consulting to investment management firms, for colocation services. Eze Castle Integration teamed with QTS to expand its greater New York/New Jersey infrastructure footprint and provide clients with excellent proximity to exchanges and other financial networks, as well as strong carrier-neutral connectivity.
“The growing demand for Eze Castle Integration’s colocation, cloud computing and hosting services is the driving force behind expanding our data center footprint in the New York area. Our hedge fund and investment firm clients require high-quality colocation space that is in close proximity to the New York financial district,” said Bob Guilbert, managing director, Eze Castle Integration. “Our company maintains colocation space across the U.S. as well as abroad, but expansion into well-connected, carrier-neutral space in the New York market is key to our continued growth. QTS offered the best option for carrier-neutral colocation space that was nearby to major exchanges and financial networks, easily expandable and cost-effective.”
In addition to strong connectivity and prime colocation space, Eze Castle Integration chose QTS for its focus on quality, trusting that the company would provide the necessary infrastructure to meet the needs of its clients.
“QTS has long offered strong customer service and one of the best values for carrier-neutral colocation in the New York financial market,” said Tesh Durvasula, chief marketing and business officer of QTS. “Our ability to offer a variety of carrier connectivity options as well as our locations’ proximities to major exchanges, carrier hotels and other financial networks makes QTS an ideal choice for colocation within the financial services sector.”