NFJX Becomes First Cable Landing Station Campus in North America to Achieve HIPAA Certification

January 28, 2019

NJFX, the only Cable Landing Station (CLS) colocation campus in the U.S offering Tier 3, carrier-neutral data center capabilities, announces its facility has achieved its Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) certification. NJFX is the only Cable Landing Station in North America to earn this certification, demonstrating its continued leadership in the telecommunications industry. This certification reflects the most stringent standards for data centers in the industry and are required for all facilities hosting medical records.

“With this certification, NJFX has achieved the highest standards required by healthcare and financial intuitions today,” comments Lisa Edelstein, Access and Admin Manager for NJFX. “Our highly secure facility is SSAE16/18 Type 2 certified, and combined with our CLS security standards, places NJFX in a world-class status.”

Through its robust carrier community and access to five subsea cable systems, Seabras, TGN1, TGN2, HAVFRUE/AEC2 (2019) and Wall-LI (2020), NJFX offers terrestrial and subsea network interconnection avoiding legacy chokepoints. The site features 24/7 on-site security with an indoor loading dock, as well as Hurricane 5-resistant infrastructure with N+1 UPS and generator design. Its unique ‘clarity in connectivity’ approach enables financials, telecoms, content providers and multinationals secure options for route diversity and eliminating network points of failure.

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