CenturyLink Anchors Its Network at NJFX Cable Landing Station Colocation Campus

CenturyLink

CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL), a global provider of hybrid networking, cloud connectivity, and security solutions, has anchored at colocation campus NJFX in Wall, NJ, with an underground terrestrial fiber network, linking key routes across North America. 

Warren Greenberg
“Establishing a PoP at NJFX allows CenturyLink customers close proximity to data, decreasing network latency, along with delivering smart options to further diversify and plan their international connections with clarity and accuracy,” said Warren Greenberg, vice president and general manager for CenturyLink in NYC, NJ and CT.

The extensive global fiber network operated by CenturyLink includes approximately 450,000 route miles of fiber, providing secured services to meet the growing digital demands of businesses. CenturyLink’s expansion into NJFX offers its customers more options to connect and leverage “cutting-edge” services.

“Establishing a point of presence at NJFX allows CenturyLink customers close proximity to data, decreasing network latency, along with delivering smart options to further diversify and plan their international connections with clarity and accuracy,” said Warren Greenberg, vice president and general manager for CenturyLink in NYC, NJ and CT. “We look forward to offering our services suite at the NJFX colocation campus and to our enterprise customers.”

Direct Access to TGN1, TGN2, Seabras

NJFXNJFX owns and operates this 64,800 square foot purpose-built Tier 3 Cable Landing Station (CLS) colocation facility on a 58-acre campus in Wall, NJ. This colocation campus supported by several route-independent carriers offer direct access to multiple independent subsea cable systems interconnecting North America, Europe, South America and the Caribbean. The facility offers direct access to TGN1, TGN2, and Seabras. The building will serve as the cable landing for the HAVFRUE/AEC2 system when it comes online later this year as well as the Wall-LI submarine network in the future. The submarine cables offer connectivity options to Europe and South America.

“Cable Landing Station colocation is where networks live today and at NJFX, there are petabytes of data per second being transported across the Atlantic Ocean from Europe and South America,” said Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX. “We welcome CenturyLink, which has arguably one of the most interconnected and deeply peered networks in the U.S. today to our growing ecosystem of terrestrial carriers that provide diverse, private routes to transport all of that data from our CLS campus across North America and beyond.”

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