Cross River Fiber, a New Jersey-based, boutique dark fiber optic and telecommunications solutions provider, announces that it will construct a direct, ultra-low latency, high-bandwidth dark fiber network route to Mahwah, New Jersey with Express Direct connectivity to key financial hubs located throughout Northern New Jersey including Carteret, Secaucus and Weehawken.
This announcement comes on the heels of NYSE Euronext’s May 24, 2012 press release publicizing enhancements to its data center community. The revised policies open NYSE’s facility to additional network operators in order to reduce customer costs, increase platform flexibility and broaden access to the data center. Now the financial services vendor community has the opportunity to acquire data center space and offer services within NYSE Technology’s Mahwah facility.
“For the past year we have been designing and constructing dedicated, ultra-low latency fiber optic solutions for the financial services community and beyond,” comments Vincenzo Clemente, CEO of Cross River Fiber. “Now companies that leverage NYSE’s Mahwah data center facilities gain access to our Express Direct network solutions between Mahwah, NJ and other key financial services hubs in cities such as Carteret, Secaucus and Weehawken.”
Cross River Fiber’s network services leverage the latest technology and are designed to provide leading edge, high bandwidth capabilities to service premier enterprise verticals including the financial services sector, healthcare providers, educational institutions and more. By designing and constructing purpose-built, ultra-low latency network routes, Cross River Fiber’s Express Direct routes will offer the most direct fiber infrastructure interconnecting key data centers, financial exchanges, and enterprise campuses for high-bandwidth, resilient, reliable and fast network connectivity.