Cross River Fiber Set to Revolutionize Cross-Connect Market in 2017

Our team here at Cross River Fiber couldn’t be more excited to turn the corner into 2017. 2016 was a great year for us and we’re building on that momentum right after the holidays with a game-changing announcement. We can’t say too much right now – but, rest assured, ordering fiber transport between  colocation and datacenters in New York and New Jersey  couldn’t get easier.

As most of us in the industry know, Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) is the must-attend conference to kick off every New Year. There is no dispute that its location helps its appeal (Hawaii in the middle of January. No-brainer.), and we can also agree that this premier telecom event provides its members with some of thescreen-shot-2016-12-21-at-4-01-14-pm
world’s largest and most collaborative networking opportunities. This year, PTC will focus on new and developing disruptive technologies and how they are “changing the realities” of business, giving us the perfect platform to announce a new product that will revolutionize the cross-connect market.

By collaborating with a fellow provider (more on this later too), we have developed a simple tool that enables ordering metro fiber connectivity. So, what can you expect come January? Be one of the first to demo our new product at the official launch taking place at PTC, January 15 to 18, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

To arrange an onsite meeting at our poolside cabana on January 15 with our President and CEO, Vincenzo “Enzo” Clemente, please email Don’t forget to check us out on Twitter and LinkedIn for any updates prior to the launch!

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