60 minutes covered the opening of the NYSE data center and they promised not to disclose the site location.
Robot Traders of the NYSE
In a secret new building in New Jersey, high-speed computers decide which stocks to buy and sell. Could this kind of automated "trading floor" lead to Wall Street's next "flash crash"?
In Steve Kroft's "60 Minutes" report on high-frequency trading, you heard how most stock trades in the U.S. are no longer made by humans, but by computers capable of buying and selling stocks at warp speed.
I won't give the address. Yet. :-) I did find the address in a public source though. Just lucky researching low latency technology NYSE uses and there it was the address.
Here are pictures from Bing Maps and Google maps.
Any guesses on the power on site given the cooling picture below?
Here is the bare dirt.
Here is the building under construction.
Here is the completed building with a Google address location pin.
One substation on the North.
And another on the South.
And a picture inside the data center.