Paramus, New Jersey — January 26, 2017 — Hudson Fiber Network (“HFN”), a premier data transport provider offering high-bandwidth, low-latency networking solutions for financial, content, carrier and enterprise customers, today announced the completion of its national Wide Area Network with service now live across 16 markets.
The significance of this milestone is compounded by the completion of the HFN northeast NJ corridor network, delivering an 864-fiber optic cable backbone connecting hundreds of lateral access points within the fastest growing business districts throughout HFN’s New Jersey facilities and extensive New York City fiber network.
The HFN national WAN service is fully operational across key markets, including Boston, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Ashburn (Virginia), Atlanta, Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Jose, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis. The HFN northeast NJ corridor network connects locations with high-bandwidth demand and data center concentration, including Secaucus, North Bergen, Union City, Weehawken, Hoboken, Jersey City, Nutley, Clifton, Newark, Paramus, Mahwah, Carteret, Piscataway, Parsippany, Princeton, Totowa and several other key cities.
“The combined completion of our national WAN and NJ fiber optic network, along with our New York City network, positions us as a national provider, delivering high-value, purpose-designed network solutions,” comments HFN CEO Brett Diamond. “HFN continues to partner with the fastest growing and most demanding enterprises in the tri-state area to deliver specialized network solutions. Our national network and model now mirror that of leading network service providers, with the advantage of the latest fiber solutions and faster deployment time.”
“We have achieved our goal by creating a completely different model for businesses to connect. We’ve built a national cross-connect platform for carriers and enterprises alike. We enable customers to “bring their own access,” connect to the closest data center and move traffic to any endpoint nationally,” explains HFN COO Keith Muller.
“Our network delivers high-bandwidth, low-latency fiber routes that are critical for tech-reliant companies. Our solution doesn’t only deliver best in class network performance, but also enables customers to pay per port, giving them a cost structure that is “mileage insensitive.”
Muller noted that HFN is especially pleased that the company has now connected its own fiber footprint nationally and can expand its “Smart Grid” environment throughout the US.
“HFN is committed to being the provider that seamlessly powers customers’ vital communications connections,” concludes Diamond. “We are now one national company and go-to-market as a strong, novel and simply better way for our customers to network and communicate.”