New Jersey Fiber Exchange (NJFX) cable landing station campus is a 64,800 square foot purpose-built Tier 3 Cable Landing Station (CLS) Colocation facility and 58-acre campus at 1410 Wall Church Road, Wall Township, New Jersey, 07719. NJFX is adjacent to Tata Communications cable landing station at 1400 Wall Church Road.
NJFX is now the cable landing station for HAVFRUE/AEC2, and WALL-LI, an undersea link between New Jersey and New York.
Tata CLS houses TGN Atlantic, and Seabras-1 cable systems.
NJFX is the exclusive Carrier-Neutral Meet Me Room operator, host to two separate, interconnected MMR facilities: one inside Tata CLS, and the other inside its own datacenter/colocation facility, providing direct access on this campus for any and all to interconnect without recurring cross-connect fees. Having multiple physical subsea sea cables interconnecting with multiple backhaul fiber providers facilitates the most reliable global network architecture available.
NJFX is the only carrier-neutral CLS colocation campus in the U.S supported by several route-independent carriers that offer direct access to multiple independent subsea cable systems interconnecting North America, Europe, South America and the Caribbean.
NJFX and Telxius have partnered and contracted Windstream to create a terrestrial fiber-optic network connection between NJFX cabling landing station (CLS) campus and Telxius' Virginia Beach cable landing station campus where houses MAREA, BRUSA and Dunant cable systems.
NJFX and Virginia Beach are two hot locations for subsea cables landing in the East Coast of the US.