NJFX Team Talks About What Sets the Company Apart

NJFX, the only CLS Colocation Campus in the U.S offering Tier 3, carrier-neutral data center capabilities, has a slew of differentiators that sets it apart from anyone else in the industry

Felix Seda

General Manager

January 30, 2019

The company’s General Manager, Felix Seda and its VP of Business Development, Roy Hilliard recently spoke to  JSA TVabout the milestones that have brought NJFX and its customers and partners continued success.

Here are more details about what NJFX has to offer its ecosystem:

HIPAA Certification: Most stringent security standards which are required for hosting medical records. The standards exceed those required by financial intuitions today and combined with our Cable Landing Station status, makes NJFX one of the most credible locations in North America.

Operations: Our SSAE-16/18 Type-2 colocation facility features 24/7 on-site security with an indoor loading dock, as well as Hurricane 5-resistant infrastructure with N+1 UPS  & generator design. Onsite fuel for with annual contracts for dual refinery support for uninterrupted disaster recovery planning supported by DHS.

Highest East Coast Elevation: 64 feet above sea level, making NJFX impervious to tidal surges and flooding.

Terrestrial and Subsea Network Interconnection Outside of Vulnerable Lower Manhattan: Avoid legacy chokepoints and with our carrier community, provide direct access to multiple cable systems completely bypassing congested NY area to customer DC.

Global Reach: Located at the point where subsea cables from South America, the Caribbean and Europe meet North American Facility based carrier service providers, enterprises and cable companies direct interconnection options right at the cable-head without recurring cross-connect fees. Get global connectivity to 200+ countries and territories with more than one million route miles, both terrestrial and subsea.

Tier3 at the CLS: Subsea connectivity enables faster, high-capacity data connections resulting in competitive cloud costs, scalability, and widely available data. Connecting Tier 3 infrastructure from North America to Europe, South America and the Caribbean provides transparency on true network diversity planning and real-time provisioning, reduces latency for global customers.

Future Expansion: Expanded site plan will add 48 acres to the NJFX footprint and include an 80,000 square foot data center and disaster recovery space. The expansion will allow for NJFX to improve on its route diversity.

Carrier Neutral: Members of NJFX leadership team support their customer success without conflicts. By only selling space and power they can advocate for their customers networks without competing with their interest. They are sought after speakers and thought leaders both within the industry as well as in the mainstream media.

Innovation at the Core: True Customer/Partner-centric approach allows for business agility,  creativity, solving challenges, innovative thinking and paves the way for future advancements and capabilities.

See the original article at JSA TV


About NJFX:

NJFX is a Tier 3 Carrier Neutral Cable Landing Station campus. Our colocation ecosystem has expanded to over 35 network operators offering flexibility, reliability, and security. Our Wall, NJ location provides direct access to multiple subsea cable systems giving our carriers diverse connectivity solutions and offers direct interconnection without recurring cross-connect fees.

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