New Jersey Fiber Exchange (NJFX) has partnered with Tata Communications to launch an exclusive carrier-neutral Meet-Me Room (MMR) inside Tata’s international Cable Landing Station (CLS), providing customers with more connectivity to leading service providers as well as Tata’s industry-leading Wavelength, Ethernet, MPLS, DIA and Cloud Services.
Meet-Me Rooms are a unique and valuable addition to the data center structure, creating a space inside the facility that provides connectivity opportunities to myriad of telecom carriers and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) via reliable Network-to-Network interconnection (NNI). NJFX’s MMR inside Tata Communication’s CLS, located in Wall Township, New Jersey, has the capability to facilitate thousands of new connections around the globe. The new enables NJFX customers to utilize Tata Communications’ extensive subsea cable network to access over 240 countries and territories. With Tata Communications currently handling 24% of the world’s Internet traffic, NJFX has discovered in Tata a powerful partner capable of satisfying its customers’ international connectivity needs.
NJFX is responsible for managing all physical connections between customers of the NJFX data center and customers of the Tata Communications CLS. The company also provides reliable and diverse physical points of entry into the CLS.
The new MMR announcement precedes NJFX’s latest news: the company has broken ground on its Tier III carrier-neutral colocation facility, which intersects transatlantic subsea fiber cables from the U.S., South America and Europe.
To learn more about the NJFX and Tata Communications partnership, read the press release in its entirety here.