NJFX, the first and only colocation campus to sit at a cable landing station in the U.S and offer Tier 3, carrier neutral data center capabilities, announces the hire of two industry professionals to address its growing ecosystem and rapid expansion.

The robust NJFX ecosystem includes direct access to:

  • Ten telecommunications carriers
  • Four subsea cable systems
  • Over one million route miles
  • More than one million square feet of global data center space across 240 countries
  • NJFX is also planning to expand its data center campus to a total of 58 acres in 2018.

Cliff Gasior joins NJFX as Director of Engineering and is responsible for managing operational quality to ensure maximum uptime for clients. Mr. Gasior brings vast experience as a mechanical systems engineer and project manager for large mission critical facilities such as Google, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank. As a professional engineer (PE) and Commissioning Process Management Professional (CPMP), Mr. Gasior will ensure all engineering projects and processes are in compliance with essential industry standards and best practices.

In addition, NJFX welcomes Amanda Norman, who will serve as Ecosystem Development Manager for NJFX. Ms. Norman is responsible for helping partners and customers within the NJFX network collaborate and take advantage of all that the ecosystem offers. Amanda will also oversee all site visits and leverage her strong background in sales, management, sales operations, consulting and customer service to further ensure success for NJFX clients.

“We know it is imperative to have the best team in place to address our rapid growth and to support our expansion throughout 2018,” states Gil Santaliz, NJFX Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “We are excited to bring Cliff and Amanda on board, as both are highly dedicated to serving our clients. We know our strong customer focus will be key to further our success and our clients’ success in the years to come.”

This news comes on the heels of NJFX announcing its breakout capabilities, which offer new direct ways for global carriers, content providers and enterprises to reach the US, while eliminating traditional points of failure when providing US-Europe, US-Brazil, US-Asia connectivity.

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