Originally posted to Data Center POST

DataGryd CEO Tom Brown recently sat down to talk about the past and the future of the company as part of the inaugural “Interconnect Hub Podcast.” Not only did Brown tell some interesting tales about DataGryd’s backstory, he also explored industry trends and discussed what he sees as the future of DataGryd and other data centers.

Keep reading for a synopsis of the interview with Tom Brown, as well as an idea of what to expect from upcoming podcasts in the series.

DataGryd’s Formation

DataGryd was founded on the vision of creating a world-class data center, and since its inception in 2011, the company has been empowering the global data economy from one of New York City’s best-known buildings. DataGryd’s location, the iconic 60 Hudson Street in downtown Manhattan, was constructed in 1929 as the headquarters of Western Union. The Art Deco edifice, which has since been granted landmark status, takes up a full block in New York’s Tribeca district.

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