Despite ongoing political turmoil in Hong Kong, it’s business as usual in the world of telecommunications. In response to an accelerated need for global connectivity, NJFX announced the launch of a PoP at their Tier 3 carrier-neutral facility that establishes direct access to PCCW Global’s MPLS network and the Console Connect Platform. This new connection instantly brings connectivity to a global ecosystem of leading cloud, data center, SaaS, UCaaS, IX and IoT partners to all NJFX customers.
The new PoP allows NJFX customers to access PCCW Global’s MPLS network by using the Console Connect centralized port or by leveraging the open API platform. Console Connect’s Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform offers extended coverage to over 350 data centers in 44 countries. These services allow customers to reach major cities across Africa, AsiaPAC and Latin America.
“Establishing a PoP at NJFX provides Console Connect and PCCW Global users with access to direct, low latency routes to major business hubs along the east coast,” says Mr. Marc Halbfinger, Chief Executive Officer of PCCW Global. “At the same time, we are excited to bring Console Connect’s on-demand global connectivity to NJFX customers, who can experience the agility and flexibility of Software Defined Interconnection®.”
“We welcome PCCW Global to NJFX’s rich carrier-neutral CLS ecosystem,” says Gil Santaliz, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of NJFX. “Our ‘Tier 3 by the Subsea’ motto emphasizes NJFX’s unique advantage of having diverse interconnection options located at a cable landing station. With PCCW Global, our customers now have increased access to routes across Asia Pacific through their robust global IP network.”