NJFX owns and operates a 64,800 square foot purpose-built data center in Wall, NJ, supported by several route-independent carriers who offer direct access to multiple independent subsea cable systems interconnecting North America, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean. High and low density colocation solutions are available - providing 24/7 support as well as unique US fiber backhaul solutions avoiding traditional legacy network points of failure. NJFX's low latency offerings provide the flexibility, reliability and security which global carriers, content providers, and enterprise/government entities require to drive revenue, reduce expenses and improve service quality.

Direct access to an existing onsite Jersey Central Power & Light substation provides NJFX with 9MW of reserved capacity, allowing tenants the flexibility of power densities ranging from 2kW to 16kW per cabinet. The site also boasts onsite N+1 UPS, allowing for on-the-fly configurable emergency power distribution.

The NJFX SSAE-16 Type-2 datacenter/colocation facility features 24/7 on-site security and secure loading dock access, as well as Hurricane 5-resistant infrastructure and N+1 indoor generators with onsite fuel for up to five days of uninterrupted emergency service.

The NJFX facility itself is located at the point where subsea cables from the Domestic US, South America and Europe meet - at the United States’ easternmost edge - offering service providers, enterprises, carrier-neutral operators and cable companies direct interconnection options directly at the cable-head without recurring cross-connect fees. The NJFX facility also provides global connectivity to 200+ countries and territories as well as 99.7% of the world’s GDP by way of Tata Communications’ global subsea fiber network, one of the largest and most advanced in the world.

NJFX is the exclusive Carrier-Neutral Meet Me Room operator, host to two separate, interconnected MMR facilities: one inside Tata Communications’ International CLS, and the other inside its own datacenter/colocation facility, providing direct access on this campus for any and all to interconnect without recurring cross-connect fees. Having multiple physical subsea sea cables interconnecting with multiple backhaul fiber providers facilitates the most reliable global network architecture avaible

NJFX Market PoP provides access to robust international community as well multiple fiber-based providers offering regional, super regional, national, and independent international networks, providing more control for carriers and enterprise companies via a new PHYSICAL interconnective network edge.

Conveniently located within 60 miles of New York City, Philadelphia and New York / New Jersey Financial Exchanges, the NJFX facility is accessible via public transportation, the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway.

NJFX offers access to multiple backhaul providers for direct and diverse connectivity to Ashburn, Chicago, Philadelphia, North Carolina, Dallas and other cities around the US, eliminating New York City as a single point of failure. NJFX has established a new standard in global communications interconnect where network providers offer dark and lit services with dual entrances to the world’s first Tier-3 Cable Landing Station (CLS) Campus.

Direct connectivity to Europe, South America and the Caribbean is now possible here at NJFX via the subsea cables landing directly at our campus. A network presence at NJFX enables enterprise, content, media, government, and communications providers to have maximized redundancy, reduced latency, and better quality connections with fewer international points of failure, validating the protection of their international traffic. The NJFX team ensures each carrier network interconnection is designed and maintained with reliable architectural diversity through a physical presence and access to the Meet-Me-Room (MMR) within our Tier-3 CLS Campus.

Subsea connectivity enables faster, high-capacity data connections resulting in competitive cloud costs, scalability, and widley available data. Connecting data center infrastructure from North America to Europe, South America and the Caribbean increases speed and capacity, thereby reducing latency for global customers.

By establishing a Point of Presence (PoP) at NJFX, network operators can take the necessary steps to design, engineer and maintain a reliable architecture with diversity to other PoPs around the world at our Tier-3 Cable Landing Station (CLS) Campus. NJFX’s CLS Campus partners in Tuckerton, New Jersey provide direct connectivity and diverse routes between Europe, North America, South America and the Caribbean via backhaul providers. This means lower operational costs, fewer points of failure, and better service quality.

Positioned at the easternmost edge of North America, NJFX’s Tier-3, carrier-neutral data center in Wall, New Jersey is the first and only US data center physically located at the meeting point of multiple subsea cable landings interconnecting three continents - North America, South America and Europe. This leading colocation facility provides international connectivity which is just a single cross-connect away, generating a high-resilience, low-latency network with direct interconnection options for service providers, enterprises, carrier-neutral operators and cable companies.

Through the utilization of Remote Hands Services (RHS), NJFX staff and support can provide customers with physical on-site assistance on an as-needed basis. Utilizing NJFX’s Remote Hands Services allows our customers to outsource their business operations and maximize efficiency at a fraction of the cost. NJFX Also offers NJFX Seats, facilitating customers looking to achieve FINRA compliance the opportunity to use our onsite facilities as well as carriers seeking the convenience of directly accessing their network equipment.

The Cable Landing Station Revolution
Felix Seda, General Manager of NJFX interviews with Dean Perrine of JSA TV

NJFX @ Telecom Exchange NYC 2017
Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX interviews with Jaymie Scotto Cutaia of JSA

NJFX 2017 Campus Expansion
By expanding its campus an additional 48 acres, NJFX emphasizes its commitment to developing a tenant-driven community with purpose-built colocation and disaster recovery space, as well as its ability to accommodate space for future independent cable landing stations.With the additional 48 acres, NJFX will now span a total of 58 acres across Wall Township. The flexible site plan will include a new, two-story 80,000 square foot data center and premium disaster recovery space that will sit adjacent to NJFX’s current Tier 3 facility - just 60 miles from New York City - with a plethora of global communication providers.

NJFX @ Capacity Caribbean 2016: Infrastructural Developments
Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX discusses - Is the region one step closer to meeting the demands of capacity?

NJFX @ Capacity LATAM 2016: Enabling Data Localization
Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX discusses - Are data centers and cloud services as safe as we like to think they are?

Fireside Chat at the NJFX Launch2016
Mario Andretti, world-renowned race car legend, made an appearance and participated in an intimate fireside chat with Gil Santaliz, CEO of NJFX and John Hayduk, COO of Tata Communications. The conversation was moderated by Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, CEO of JSA.

NJFX Construction Video
Want to see where it all began? In September of 2016 NJFX Broke new grounds by building the first and only CLS Campus in the US.