Newest Core Team Members Support Rapid Growth and 2018 Expansion
2017 has been a banner year for NJFX, marking record growth as the company prepares for an even bigger year in 2018. It’s been just over a year since the company first opened its 64,800 sq.ft data center. Since September 2017, the company has seen its unique 48-acre data center campus expand significantly. NJFX is redefining the data center industry, and is 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.
Located in Wall, NJ, NJFX’s colocation campus offers interconnection options where multiple subsea cables land in the U.S. And with 99% of the world’s Internet traffic traveling by submarine cable, this makes the facility even more significant in future global communications. This close proximity to the landing station is especially beneficial to organizations that want to bypass the traditional, congested NYC routes, improve reliability – and have a launch point to South America and beyond.
The company offers enterprises, carriers, service providers and content providers a diverse ecosystem in which to tap into, collaborate, improve network architectures, enhance network reliability and drive innovation. NJFX’s growing ecosystem includes direct access to:
- Ten telecommunications carriers
- Four subsea cable systems
- Over one million route miles
- More than one million sq. ft. of global data center space across 240 countries
And that is not all. NJFX also has plans underway to expand its data center campus to a total of 58 acres in 2018.
Prepping for More Growth in 2018
In addition, the company just announced the appointments of Cliff Gasior and Amanda Norman to address its growing ecosystem and further support its partners and clients. As newly appointed, Director of Engineering, Cliff Gasior is responsible for managing operational quality to ensure maximum uptime for clients. Previously, Cliff served as mechanical systems engineer and project manager for large mission critical facilities such as Google, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank. NJFX also recently welcomed Amanda Norman, as Ecosystem Development Manager. She is responsible for helping partners and customers within the NJFX network collaborate and take advantage of all that the ecosystem offers. “We know its imperative to have the best team in place to address our rapid growth and to support our expansion throughout 2018,” states Gil Santaliz, NJFX Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “We are excited to bring Cliff and Amanda on board, as both are highly dedicated to serving our clients. We know our strong customer focus will be key to further our success and our clients’ success in the years to come.”