With one of the largest last mile fiber network capabilities in Latin America, UPIX Networks just expanded across the U.S. east coast. This high performance connectivity provider extended its network into the NJFX Tier 3 colocation campus, bringing even more resilient network options to carriers and enterprises with mission-critical applications, such as financial services, healthcare and OTTs.
“When you enter a new market, it’s very important to have the right partners, and we have found a strong, collaborative partner in NJFX. All the major carriers of the world are at NJFX, and so it not only serves as a strategic point of presence that strengthens our network density, but also offers our customers multiple, diverse capacity options into the New York metro area.” – Daniel Oda, COO/CCO of UPIX Networks
UPIX offers low latency connectivity, colocation, cloud services, managed services, and field support along with:
- 25,000+ miles of optical fiber
- Points of presence in 10+ countries
- 400+ connected cities
- 200 connected telecom partners
- Capacity from 10Mb to 100Gb per circuit
“UPIX shares our passion for innovation, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome them into our telecommunications, cloud and subsea ecosystem. Our customers will now have access to UPIX’s end-to-end network services including point-to-point connectivity and last mile fiber throughout Brazil via the Seabras-1, Monet and AMX-1 subsea cables.” – Felix Seda, General Manager of NJFX
NJFX is proud to welcome UPIX to its CLS hub as it also enables even more subsea cable options for its subsea roster. NJFX offers direct access to TGN1, TGN2, Seaborn and HAVFRUE/AEC2 and Wall-LI RFS (2022) subsea cable systems and now with UPIX, customers can access Seabras-1, Monet and AMX-1 subsea systems. For more information, visit www.njfx.net.