The WALL-LI cable system is a submarine fibre-optic cable from Wall, New Jersey to Long Island, New York, with a 95km high fibre count unrepeatered submarine cable.
The WALL-LI cable system provides a physically diverse, lower latency route between cable landing stations in Long Island and New Jersey, and a Manhattan bypass route to avoid network congestion and weather-related threats in the region.
The WALL-LI cable system terminates at NJFX in Wall, New Jersey, and 1025Connect in Westbury, Long Island.
The NJFX Cable Landing Campus is capitalizing on its location as a meet-me point for international connectivity. 1025Connect is Long Island's premier network-neutral Meet-Me Room for interconnection and colocation, known for its ability to provide direct access to multiple subsea cables East of New York City.