European Route Diversity and On-Demand Connectivity Brought to NJFX’s Colocation Campus

European Route Diversity and On-Demand Connectivity Brought to NJFX’s Colocation Campus

NJFX continues to add to its ever-growing connectivity ecosystem located in Wall, New Jersey. Announced today, NJFX, the first and only colocation campus to sit at a cable landing station and offer Tier 3, carrier neutral data center capabilities, has added Aqua Comms to their impressive line up of PoP’s within NJFX’s colocation campus.AquaComms Logo

With the introduction of Aqua Comms, NJFX customers can now strategically diversify their connectivity options to key European hubs, bypassing legacy chokepoints within the U.S. By deploying a Point of Presence (PoP) within NJFX’s colocation campus, NJFX customers will now be able to directly access the carrier’s suite of services without incurring cross connect fees.

In addition, Epsilon and Aqua Comms have partnered to deploy Infiny by Epsilon – an on-demand connectivity platform – within the NJFX facility, and Aqua Comms will use the Cloud LiNJFXnk eXchange (CloudLX) module of Infiny to rapidly interconnect new services in and out of the NJFX campus.Screen Shot 2017-05-10 at 9.15.56 AM

“We are excited to welcome Aqua Comms as a strategic addition to our community,” says Gil Santaliz, Foun der and Chief Executive Officer of NJFX. “What makes NJFX unique is its carrier neutral subsea capabilities, so customers have options when choosing which cables move their data from our campus to key landing points in Europe. Having Aqua Comms at our colocation campus enables customers to further diversify and plan their international connections with certainty and accuracy, eliminating any transport uncertainty.”

Read the full release at: https://njfx.net/news/press-releases/entry/aqua-comms-and-epsilon-partner-to-bring-european-route-diversity-and-on-demand-connectivity-to-njfx-s-colocation-campus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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