Secure Connectivity Options Allow Carriers a Way to ‘Breakout’ at NJFX Data Center
The subsea cable market is heating up and NJFX is making things happen. The company just announced its enablement of new secure connectivity options for carriers to reach the U.S. via two key subsea cable systems, TGN-A and Seabras-1. TGN-1 & 2 cables are submarine cable systems connecting the UK to New Jersey. U.S. Seabras-1 is a 10,500-km fiber optic cable that connects Sao Paulo, Brazil to the U.S. It offers connectivity to financial markets and other Latin America enterprises. NJFX customers can reach these strategic subsea cables at the NJFX data center campus via secure Network to Network Interfaces (NNI). Carriers can achieve increased performance, reliability and route diversity while eliminating traditional points of failure. “Our new breakout capability allows carriers to use these
subsea systems to reach the U.S. and bypass traditional routes that have multiple hops,” states Gil Santaliz, NJFX Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “This is crucial not only to reduce latency, but also in terms of increasing reliability and disaster recovery options. You only have to look to recent hurricanes to see that for communications hubs, one disruption in the chain could mean disruption in financial transactions, communications and connectivity to South America.”
“Customers at NJFX with the most stringent latency and diversification requirements, and who need higher reliability, can now enjoy direct advanced connectivity solutions to Brazil and beyond through Sparkle’s Seabras-1 capabilities,” says Federico Porri, CTO at Sparkle Americas.
The NJFX campus is unique in that it’s the first and only colocation campus to sit at a cable landing station in the U.S and offer Tier 3, carrier neutral data center capabilities. To learn more about NJFX’s backhaul options with no recurring interconnection fees, please contact [email protected]. For more information on the NJFX colocation campus, visit www.njfx.net.