NJFX, a carrier neutral cable landing station (CLS) colocation campus in the United States offering Tier 3 capabilities, announced UPIX Networks, a facility based provider of last mile fiber in Brazil with a platform for global connectivity network services, has extended its optical fiber network into NJFX.
This brings additional high performance connectivity options for carriers and enterprises with mission-critical applications such as financial services, healthcare and OTTs.
With dual headquarters in Brazil and the United States for increased agility, UPIX has significant network resources in LATAM, including last mile capabilities throughout Brazil. This offers a competitive advantage and enables expanded reach for NJFX customers.
The company also offers onramps to strategic cloud partners including AWS, Oracle Cloud, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Alibaba Cloud.
“When you enter a new market, it’s very important to have the right partners, and we have found a strong, collaborative partner in NJFX,” said Daniel Oda, COO/CCO of UPIX Networks. “All the major carriers of the world are at NJFX, and so it not only serves as a strategic point of presence that strengthens our network density, but also offers our customers multiple, diverse capacity options into the New York metro area.”
UPIX offers low latency connectivity, colocation, cloud services, managed services, and field support. Its resilient global network is marked by:
- 25,000+ miles of optical fiber
- Points of presence in 10+ countries
- 400+ connected cities
- 200 connected telecom partners
- Capacity from 10Mb to 100Gb per circuit
- DWDM and Metro Ethernet network
UPIX has key network hubs in major cities including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Fortaleza, Santiago, Miami, New York, Ashburn, Los Angeles, San Jose and Amsterdam.
NJFX hosts 80 percent of the major U.S. carriers across two campus Meet-Me-Rooms within its 64,800 sq. ft. facility and continues its legacy of building a diverse critical infrastructure ecosystem.