Cleareon Rolls Out First NYC Bypass Subsea Cable System

New York City-based fiber infrastructure company Cleareon, announced it has created a sub-sea system to provide 100 Gig Wavelengths between the transatlantic cable landing stations in Wall Township, New Jersey, and the 1025Connect facility in Westbury, Long Island. Cleareon is accepting orders on the new route for service turn-up during the fourth quarter of 2018.

The new NYNJ-1 cable route offers critical physical diversity as an alternative route that bypasses New York City. Cleareon will initially offer 100 Gig Wavelength service on the route but has plans to offer additional Wavelength options in the near future. The Wavelengths connect with Cleareon’s service assured PANMetro™ solution – a carrier grade transport network that connects a vast data center ecosystem of wireline and wireless carriers, clouds, financial services, content companies and digital services providers.
“Subsea connectivity is becoming increasingly important as evidenced by sustained and growing investment in both regional and trans-oceanic systems,” comments Cliff Kane, Co-CEO at Cleareon. “The users of these systems require true geographical diversity to support the resiliency that their customers demand. Cleareon’s NYNJ-1 cable effectively end-runs the entirety of New York City by connecting Long Island to Northern, NJ – all with ready connections to local access networks as well as the data centers, exchanges and disaster recovery facilities throughout the greater NYC metropolitan area.”
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