New Jersey Data Center To Be Developed by New Jersey Fiber Exchange

New Jersey Fiber Exchange will develop a New Jersey data center along the state's northern coast. The 52,235 square foot data center will provide direct connections to international submarine telecommunications cables. NJFX is working with Tata Communication to provide colocation and data center services to global carriers from the facility.

"We are building a data center that will serve as a network interconnection point at the eastern most edge of the United States to enable companies to design and construct the most efficient network for their business and ensure the delivery of high-bandwidth applications to serve end-customers," said Gil Santaliz, Founder and Managing Member, NJFX.

This Tier III New Jersey Data Center will be online in 2016. It is courting a large client base, including carriers, cable companies and enterprises. It will be a carrier-neutral fiber hotel that will have independent, direct access to undersea cables. This prime real estate means that there will likely be high demand for the facility.

"Carriers and enterprises using the NJFX location will also have access to Tata Communications' global connectivity…which enables carriers and enterprises to connect to certain locations around the world," said NFJX in a public statement.

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