NJFX announces new strategic location

01 February 2017 | James Pearce


The New Jersey Fiber Exchange (NJFX) has announced a new strategic location just steps away from its subsea cable landing station campus.

The 10,000 square foot facility will offer business continuity work seats on a first come, basis, montly or long-term.

The new location will be designed in a similar way to NJFX’s 2016-commissioned Tier 3 campus, and will offer metro providers strategic recovery capabilities.

NJFX offers connectivity with a number of subsea cable systems across the Atlantic and to South America.

“Having the ability to support our clients with a disaster recovery plan, while also providing them with the convenience of having secure, direct access to their network at our cable landing station campus, is just another amenity that sets NJFX apart from other providers in the industry,” said Gil Santaliz, founder and CEO of NJFX.

The announcement comes just weeks after NJFX completed the third and final phase of its 64,800 sq ft ‘Tier 3 by the Subsea’ carrier-neutral colocation facility.

“This new NJFX offering is particularly important for U.S. metro providers looking to extend high-bandwidth or dark fiber solutions between our cable landing station campus and legacy enterprise data centers,” said John Danko, director of business development for NJFX. 

“Today at Metro Connect 2017, there are several providers in attendance who can benefit from this solution and we look forward to discussing their business continuity options further.”