NJFX announces the successful acquisition of key infrastructure assets from SubCom LLC, originally developed in 2001. This acquisition comprises bore pipes and conduits situated in Manasquan and Avon, NJ. This offers purpose built underground access to the NJFX Wall CLS Campus.
An Innovator at the Forefront of Modern Business
A deep dive into the intricate web of global data infrastructure, NJFX’s role is pivotal for the interconnected future.
August 24, 2023
Data has rapidly become the global cornerstone of contemporary business operations. Enterprises range from small local firms to expansive corporations; these companies heavily rely on data for most fundamental day-to-day business operations. Its absence from just a couple of hours to a few days would lead to widespread disarray and cause a cascading effect on communications. Companies such as NJFX, play an indispensable role, not only through their provision of essential services but also through our unwavering commitment to remain at the forefront of an ever-advancing industry. Through the strategic utilization of cutting-edge technology and the delivery of unique service offerings, NJFX has emerged as a prominent industry leader and an esteemed powerhouse in the expansive realm of telecommunications.
As one of the premier hubs for subsea cable systems in North America, NJFX stands out as the sole Cable Landing Station Colocation Campus offering Tier 3 carrier-neutral data center capabilities. By providing direct connectivity to Europe, South America, and the Caribbean, NJFX enables organizations to bypass traditional chokepoints like New York City, Ashburn, and Miami. Beyond infrastructure, NJFX demonstrates deep importance to our customer’s reliance on their services for uninterrupted business operations. Prioritizing and maintaining robust and reliable interconnections through physical presence and access through essential areas Meet-Me-Rooms, ensures architectural diversity.
Situated on New Jersey’s easternmost edge, NJFX establishes a marketplace that offers a unique integration of flexibility, reliability, and security to numerous network operators, domestic and international. Our marketplace drives network reliability, enhances connection quality, reduces expenses, and reduces latency. Importantly, it mitigates the risks associated with international points of failure, making it indispensable for NJFX’s industry-leading customers. By prioritizing partnerships and enabling customers with access to advanced networking architecture, NJFX empowers its customers to be flexible, prepared for growth, and equipped with diverse network architecture that bypasses congested regions This approach ensures true route diversity down to the subsea cable layer, along with enhanced security, low latency, and access to a vast carrier ecosystem.
The success and reputation of NJFX largely rely on the exceptional talent behind the scenes. The company maintains a team of experts who embody the highest standards in both service delivery and maintenance, including collaborations with government entities such as the DOD, NSA, DHS, CISA, and state and local law enforcement. The team works closely with partners and clients to customize solutions that deliberate innovation. Operations Lead, Ryan Imkemeier heads their relentless commitment to reliability and round-the-clock 24/7/365 support with Remote Hand Services providing direct customer support when needed.
However, the global communications industry faces a number of increasingly complex and significant challenges. Issues such as cyber warfare/attacks, geopolitical tensions, advancing technological pacing, and critical matters need consistent addressing, pos compounding hurdles to surmount all possible with tactful collaboration between sub-sectors within such an essential/vital industry. Recent research suggests that these issues will soon have critical implications within the next decade or two. These rising queries necessitate the reconstruction of routes and strategies that will further impact global connectivity.
Addressing these challenges is an immense undertaking, and inaction could have disastrous consequences. Sub-sea cables in the Atlantic Ocean that were deployed between 2000 and 2001 are now reaching their end-of-life cycle. The retirement of a cable depends on both its physical operation and the associated costs.
“We are on the brink of a monumental shift in Atlantic subsea cables, unprecedented in scale. This shift will create chokepoints in the Northeast region and potentially isolate legacy network handoff points. As new cables become operational, they drive a departure from legacy landing points and bandwidth handoffs. NJFX’s strategic location in Wall, New Jersey, was chosen as the landing point for the HAVFRUE consortium’s cable due to its distance from congested metro areas like New York City,” Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX.
Looking ahead, NJFX’s future is centered around optimization as we reinforce its service offerings and solidify our position as a leading hub in global connectivity. The importance of optimizing content caching along the main arteries of the internet to support the most popular content in Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia. In the coming years, NJFX’s CLS colocation campus will interconnect some high-level projects soon to be announced further extending interconnection capabilities for clients across the world. Additionally, NJFX was selected as the strategic landing point for the transatlantic subsea cable system, HAVFRUE/AEC2. This subsea cable system a joint project continues to flourish under the careful sentry of NJFX’s round-the-clock security and operations personnel. NJFX continues to aspire and strive to maintain trust and service and is a key strategic landing point for subsea deployments worldwide.
There are larger threats than rising sea levels. I think you can change this out with something else and keep the bottom the same. We just posted threats and security that highlight some of these. might be nice to tie the two together.
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