What your organization needs is flexible, reliable and highly secure connectivity. What it doesn’t need are exorbitant cross-connect fees.
Enter 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.
In establishing this new data center, NJFX will connect a global network of more than 240 countries and territories, as well as 99.7 percent of the world’s GDP, through the massive subsea fiber network of its partner, Tata Communications (America), Inc.
What’s more, NJFX will serve as the exclusive carrier-neutral Meet-Me Room (MMR) operator inside of Tata Communications’ Wall, New Jersey, Cable Landing Station (CLS). This means that NJFX tenants will gain increased connectivity to leading service providers in the CLS, as well as to Tata’s premium Ethernet, Wavelength, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and cloud services.
The NJFX facility, which is expected to be up and running by 2016, will measure 64,800 square feet, and will offer the latest Tier 3 computing infrastructure on the market as well as over 1,000 cabinets for flexible and scalable carrier-neutral connectivity. Additionally, the facility will have expanded capacity for high-density power operations and express dark fiber routes to several facilities-based carriers across the U.S.
Interested in learning more? Please contact NJFX@imillerpr.com to set up a meeting with NJFX Founder and Managing Member Gil Santaliz at the Capacity North America conference, Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 in Toronto. During Capacity North America, Mr. Santaliz he will join Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau, Matthew Del Nero, during the interview “Net Neutrality: A Question of Business or Principle?”, taking place Thursday, October 1 at 10:15 AM. He will discuss how the network independence and necessary infrastructure provided by NJFX enables net neutrality.
More information about the NJFX Wall, New Jersey facility can be found by visiting www.njfx.net.