Category Archives: New Jersey

New NJFX Data Center to Provide Direct and Affordable Interconnectivity

What your organization needs is flexible, reliable and highly secure connectivity. What it doesn’t need are exorbitant cross-connect fees.

NJFX-LogoEnter New Jersey Fiber Exchange (NJFX), a global data center and colocation solutions leader, with a fix to this problem.

Just recently, NJFX announced construction is underway for a brand new, energy-efficient data center in Wall, New Jersey, that will provide direct—and thus, affordable—cable-head interconnection access to enterprises, cable companies, carrier-neutral operators and service providers. This facility will bridge a network of subsea cables from three locations: Europe, South America and the U.S. It will make NJFX the only U.S. data center collocated with multiple subsea cable landings interconnecting three continents.

Delivering the Next-Generation Content Delivery Network

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webairlogo_600x150In today’s content-driven world, a high-performance Content Delivery Network (CDN) is critical to business success. According to the Aberdeen Group, a one-second delay in webpage load time results in a 7% loss in conversions, 11% fewer page views and a 16% decrease in customer satisfaction.  End-users and content providers around the globe have come to expect fast and reliable delivery of digital media – wherever they are watching video, playing games, shopping online or sharing content.  The key to delivering this level of user experience is having a CDN that is flexible enough to meet any usage level and robust and redundant enough to remain operational under any network conditions.

The Lam Cloud Technology Campus: A Model for Innovation & Collaboration

Lam Cloud New LogoAll eyes in the tech world are now on Lam Cloud’s latest innovation: its Technology Campus, a five-story building where many different companies gather together in a co-working environment to meet, work, network, channel and partner together side by side.  Lam Cloud’s latest development represents a new paradigm in the business workplace environment, and is being heralded as a cutting-edge solution for entrepreneurs and startups to gather and grow together, yet independently.

Lam Cloud’s sprawling Technology Campus features 500,000 square feet of well-connected and state-of-the-art business space, enabling professionals to collaborate with potential investors, customers, students, colleagues, job seekers and business partners in a neutral and accessible environment.  Headquartered at 1 Farr View Drive in Cranbury, NJ, the campus lies within close geographic proximity to key metro markets such as New York City; Princeton, NJ; Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, D.C.

A Look Back at the Year of Lam Cloud

Lam CloudDecember marked the end of an eventful year for Lam Cloud, a leading New Jersey-based provider of proven Business Continuity, Workplace Recovery, Data Center, IT and Network solutions.  The company achieved several significant milestones in 2013, including: obtaining SSAE16 Type 1 compliance for its data center and Colocation Services; officially debuting its Technology Campus; unveiling new branding; and securing a strategic new partnership to fortify its solution portfolio.

Lam Cloud Poised to Receive 10G Connection from Sunesys

Lam CloudLam Cloud is inching closer toward its goal of providing a center of network connectivity for New Jersey and its growing data center market.

Sunesys, a leading provider of dark fiber, managed private Ethernet networks and transport, recently announced it signed a deal with Lam Cloud that encompasses the installation of a 10Gbps Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) connection between the company’s headquarters in Cranbury and its colocation facility in Newark.

sunesys_horizontal“Sunesys is thrilled to provide a premier, advanced engineered DWDM optic connection to Lam Cloud,” explains Alan Katz, the company’s Senior Vice President. “The diverse network continues to promote Sunesys’ mission to connect large-scale enterprise clients with top of the line data services. A partnership like this reaffirms our future expansion providing transport throughout the Northeast.”

The fiber optic network gives Lam Cloud the ability to securely obtain additional services such as Internet connectivity between the two facilities, while also enabling carrier diversity and increased reliability for a private network offering.