Located less than 50 miles from New York City, Dutchess County is an ideal location for mission-critical facilities. 

 

Home to international corporations like CyrusOne, IBM and GLOBALFOUNDRIES, our high-tech community is also bolstered by organizations like the New York State Cloud Computing and Analytics Center and the Marist College Institute for Data Center Professionals. 

 

Read on to see why top companies #ThinkDutchess for big data. 

Why Wall Street Firms 
"Factor In" Dutchess

With convenient access to NYC commercial airports and interstates, Dutchess County is an attractive location for Wall Street executives seeking to lo cate their data centers with proximity to Manhattan, without the high price tag. 

In addition to location, Dutchess provides robust resources
for  big data, including a highly skilled workforce and top-tier fin ancial inc entives like  START-UP NY which allows eligible mission-critical facilities to operate 
TAX-FRE E FOR 10 YEARS .
 
The county's low risk of natural disasters, 50-100MW sites and broadband speeds faster than 1GB/second offer further peace of mind to Fortune 500 companies seeking to protect their data.
Top Data Centers in Dutchess 
 
Dutchess is the epicenter of enterprise innovation thanks to IBM, which specializes in the company's high-end z Systems development,  R&D labs, manufacturing facilities and software in Poughkeepsie. 

IBM also benefits from an ample talent pool in Dutchess, thanks to a more than 30-year partnership with Marist College, home of The Institute for Data Center Professionals  and  New York State Cloud Computing and Analytics Center

With a 100,000-square-foot facility  in Wappingers Falls, CyrusOne is another industry leader choosing Dutchess for their colocation services. The company currently serves nine of the top Fortune 20 companies and promises a "no single point of failure" system, boasting a 99.999 percent reliability guarantee. 






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