United Fiber & Data, a provider of fiber networking and broadband solutions, recently announced that it had established a Point of Presence (PoP) at 325 Hudson, the carrier-neutral core interconnection facility strategically located on the fiber-dense crossroads of Hudson Street and the Holland Tunnel in New York City. The company will deploy 100G DWDM services and will be providing a reliable, diverse fiber network for 325 Hudson customers across New York, New Jersey, and northern Virginia.
"By bringing 288 strands of fiber into the Meet Me Room, with the capability to offer 100G services, it will immediately foster the growth of a competitive marketplace," said Hunter Newby (News - Alert), Joint Venture Partner at 325 Hudson, in a statement. "UFD's participation in a truly neutral facility creates additional opportunities to market to and retain established carrier and enterprise customers."
United Fiber & Data (UFD) offers a superior alternative for fiber networking and bandwidth solutions. From dark fiber to Ethernet, wavelengths and Internet access, UFD's privately-owned and operated network provides clients with a reliable, low-latency DWDM fiber network. Enterprise companies, financial institutions, government and carriers can utilize UFD's unique, diverse fiber routes for fast and secure network connectivity opportunities.
"United Fiber & Data is excited to see a fresh building along a congested corridor," said Christopher Lodge, COO of United Fiber & Data, in a statement. "By lighting 325 Hudson, UFD offers its customers another alternative in New York City ‘meet me’ points."
In related news, United Fiber & Data recently engaged the executive management services of former Vonage (News - Alert) President Michael Tribolet as acting chief executive officer. Joining Tribolet are acting CFO Brian Mass and business development advisor Charles Gaspari, Esq. The new leadership team will immediately transition into their roles joining COO Chris Lodge in daily operations.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson