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LeFrak Hires Hidalgo Communications and Atlas Communications Technology to Market Newly Available Space at 111 Town Square Place

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 09/02/14 -- LeFrak Commercial, a worldwide leader in real estate development and the managing agent for 111 Town Square Place (111TSP), the building formerly known as 111 Pavonia in Newport Center, NJ, announces a partnership with Hidalgo Communications and Atlas Communications Technology to fortify and market 111TSP's 100,000 square feet of data center and colocation space. 111TSP is a Tier III, 500,000-square-foot, 15-story, Class-A building purpose-built to support the mission-critical IT infrastructure of top-tier financial institutions, telecommunications companies, managed / cloud service providers and colocation facilities.

With more than 100,000 SF of data center and colocation space, LeFrak appoints Atlas Communications Technology to provide fully managed service solutions along with enhanced engineering design and support to tenants at 111TSP. The building's data center and colocation space are being offered to the market through an exclusive agreement with Hidalgo Communications, a technology and telecommunications consulting firm focused on delivering and supporting purpose-built IT solutions and services.

"By partnering with Hidalgo Communications and Atlas Communications, we are excited about all that 111TSP has to offer companies requiring hardened, reliable infrastructure to enable their global communications solutions," says Marylou Berk, Senior Vice President, Commercial Real Estate at LeFrak Commercial.

"We are excited to add 111TSP to our portfolio of data centers and will be rolling out a channel partner program very different from anything else that exists today," adds Anthony Hidalgo, CEO, Hidalgo Communications.

The building's communications infrastructure includes fiber optic cabling and increased access to ducts for enhanced connectivity, which serve as a gateway to an extensive number of diverse and redundant networks serving the Newport, NJ metro area and New York City. LeFrak affiliates own and operate an extensive conduit ecosystem interconnecting all of the buildings in Newport Center.

The building features:

  • Dedicated MEP Infrastructure (independent of office space)
  • Low latency proximity to financial exchanges
  • Redundant dual 12 MW underground power feeders, three diverse fiber points of entry (POEs) and unique conduit network interconnecting the entire Newport development (access to more than 40 commercial tenants in over five million square feet)
  • 6 x 2,000 KW roof-mounted backup generators with 24-hour fuel supply
  • Carrier-neutral connectivity, with over 15 Tier I and II carrier backbones on-site with access to ample dark fiber options
  • Two N+1 UPS systems
  • Dedicated 2,490-ton N+1 data center cooling towers
  • A Tier III data center rating
  • Building Infrastructure systems that are monitored-on-site
  • 24/7/365 managed colocation facilities
  • 24/7/365 engineering and security, including data cooling maintenance on-site
  • 100% uptime for the past five years
  • 100,000 square feet of available data center and colocation space

For information about managed services at 111TSP, contact J. Solomon, Executive Vice President of ATLAS Communications Technology at 1.201.626.4335 or email [email protected].

You can meet the team behind 111TSP at the following upcoming events: Cloud Partners/Channel Partners Expo in New Orleans, LA from September 8-10, where the company will host a cocktail networking event 'Brewhouse Brehaha with LeFrak' on Tuesday, September 9; and Capacity North America in San Francisco, CA, where it is an Associate sponsor of the wholesale telecommunication's leading conference for 'c-level' executives.

To learn more about Newport's most notable data center and colocation property, 111 Town Square Place, visit www.111tsp.com or contact [email protected].

About LeFrak
LeFrak is a preeminent, family-owned property company committed to community development and sustainability. Recognized as one of the world's leading building firms, LeFrak and its affiliates have developed and built a commanding majority of their own portfolio. A vertically integrated firm, LeFrak is known for its excellence in design, construction, engineering and urban planning, and has been acclaimed internationally for responsible community development and sensitivity to environmental sustainability. Since 1985, LeFrak has been developing Newport, the world's most successful mixed-use community. Newport currently consists of approximately 14 million square feet of space, including 4,700 residential units, 5 million square feet of class "A" office space, 616 hotel rooms, 1.7 million square feet of retail, 2 million square feet of on-site parking, and a 1.5-mile long waterfront esplanade. A state-of-the-art community, Newport's high-tech infrastructure, includes all new utility, roads, and communications networks.

About 111 Town Square Place
111 Town Square Place (fka 111 Pavonia) is a network-neutral carrier hotel in N.NJ, developed and fortified by affiliates of LeFrak. The building's multiple floors of data center, colocation and disaster recovery space offers redundant dual 12 MW underground power feeders, low latency connectivity to Financial Exchanges, three diverse fiber POEs, three N+1 UPS plants, 6 x 2,000 KW roof-mounted backup generators, the most flexible, cost-effective space in the region. Contact exclusive agent: [email protected].

About Hidalgo Communications
Hidalgo Communications is a technology and telecommunications consulting firm that architects, delivers and supports purpose-built IT solutions and services. The company specializes in reducing technology expenditures while enhancing overall solutions in a 100% client-focused environment. All solutions leverage best-of-breed technology vendors to provide a broad suite of value-based solutions including the design, sourcing, project management and delivery of virtualization, cloud, data center, collaboration, security, mobility, IP, voice, and network infrastructure.

About Atlas Communications Technology, Inc.
Atlas Communications Technology is a leader in the unified communications field, with a global reach and over seventeen years of deep domain expertise originating in the Trader Voice and Financial sector, with a focus on migration of traditional PBX to SIP-based telecommunications services. Today, Atlas' three divisions meet all of our client's needs: Atlas Cloud Services focuses on Op-Ex based unified communications and trading services that are provided from Atlas' cloud and extend to mobile devices; Atlas Professional Services provides consultancy and assessment services along with custom application development and smart source staff augmentation; and Atlas Managed services provide network monitoring, management and business intelligence support. Atlas leverages the best technologies available to architect, design, build and support communications ecosystems that align with your business objectives and priorities. For more information, please visit http://www.AtlasCommTech.com.

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