New Jersey-based fiber optic and telecommunications solutions provider, Cross River Fiber announces its plans to expand its network. The company will construct around 80 kilometers of fiber optic network as part of the expansion program. Cross River Fiber already boasts a dense fiber network throughout its footprint that is secure and scalable, offering access to dark fiber, wavelength, Ethernet and other critical network services.
The expansion will connect more than 25 of Cross River Fiber’s on-net data centers in New Jersey and New York to multiple subsea cable landing stations along the New Jersey coastline. This will allow Cross River Fiber to offer dark fiber transport and managed services solutions. The route design for this new fiber optic infrastructure has already been completed.
When the route is finished, it will offer diversity from other alternative — and antiquated — terrestrial backhaul systems, some if which have been in place for more than 20 years. The first phase of construction will create connectivity to existing, as well as future, subsea cable systems located in the New Jersey towns of Wall, Sea Grit and Manasquan. A second phase is in place that will eventually continue to expand south into Tuckerton, NJ.
To promote service offerings on the new network, Cross River Fiber has engaged United Cable Company who represents the world’s most unique, highly-sought-after submarine and terrestrial cable assets. “We are extremely pleased to be working with Cross River Fiber,” states Eric Gutshall, Founder and Global Head of Asset and Capacity Sales for United Cable Company. “Cross River Fiber is respected as a creative niche builder of networks in New Jersey. We look forward to selling their services on this new and diverse route to landing stations that will be very attractive to carriers, content providers and the international financial community. There is a great demand for alternative high bandwidth solutions, and Cross River Fiber is working to meet that need.”
“Cross River Fiber has an aggressive growth strategy for 2016 and beyond, and this expansion plan lines up nicely with our goals,” saysVincenzo Clemente, Chief Executive Officer of Cross River Fiber. “This system has been strategically designed to enable diverse and latency-sensitive fiber connections via our wholly owned network or by interconnecting with other fiber carrier networks for both metro and long haul applications. Once built, we will be able to offer our partners direct capacity while bypassing existing legacy fiber networks and data centers in northern New Jersey and New York City.”
About Cross River Fiber
Cross River Fiber, LLC is a New Jersey-based dark fiber optic and telecommunications service provider that designs, constructs and maintains a wholly owned and diversified independent fiber-optic network infrastructure. Cross River Fiber provides the most effective and scalable high-speed fiber-optic network on the market, designed to meet the stringent requirements of today’s businesses and organizations. Spanning New Jersey and New York City, Cross River Fiber builds its custom and secure networks from the ground up, with strategic access to fiber optics in many major metropolitan cities across the U.S. Cross River Fiber is dedicated to offering dependability and commitment, with customer service that is second to none. To learn more visit www.crossriverfiber.com, or connect on Twitter and LinkedIn.
About United Cable Company
As our tagline “Links With Distinction” suggests, United Cable Company (UCC), an affiliate company to The David Ross Group, represents the world’s most unique, highly-sought-after submarine and terrestrial assets. We are also complementing this dark and lit capacity with data center and cloud infrastructure design, providing a ‘go to market’ strategy, including marketing, sales and engineering support for distinctive assets.
By engaging and collaborating with the world’s leading telecom professionals, UCC enhances and supports existing fiber systems and network technologies for the growing, global capacity demands of tomorrow. For more information, visit www.unitedcablecompany.com.
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