Telx announced that the company was selected by Cross River Fiber, a New Jersey-based CLEC and boutique, dark fiber optic and telecommunications solutions provider.
According to the agreement, Telx will provide its facilities in Clifton (NJR2 at 100 Delawanna Ave and NJR3 data center at 2 Peekay) to Cross River Fiber to build an ultra low-latency fiber into its facilities. On their way to financial exchanges in Secaucus and Weehawken, the new Cross River Fiber routes pass directly through Clifton.
Cross River Fiber has been building some new routes that are created to considerably decrease latency to NYSE's Mahwah facility from the existing fiber optic routes. This new addition will provide a latency competitive route as the distance between Telx's Clifton facilities and Mahwah will provide the most direct path.
Earlier this year, Cross River Fiber had announced that it will deploy the 'shortest routes' between all New Jersey based data centers. This latest announcement by the company is seen as an update on that announcement.
“The New Jersey market continues to be a prime source of investment and expansion for Telx. Working with one of New Jersey's leading fiber optic solution providers strengthens our ability to offer global connectivity services to our customers both in New Jersey and around the globe," said Eric Shepcaro (News - Alert), CEO, Telx. "With construction firmly under way, we are excited for the opening of our NJR3 facility. Telx will be able to offer reduced latency that benefits our new and existing customers in the tri-state area.”
Recently, the company unveiled its Datacenter Connect service to improve cloud applications. The Datacenter Connect service will make sure that the deployment of an economically affordable virtual fabric across Telx's Cloud Connection Centers or C3 (News - Alert). Offering perfect connections between facilities, the company's popular model of interconnection within facilities and metros will be expanded with Datacenter Connect.
Edited by Brooke Neuman