New York Metro

New York Fiber 1 is a 7-mile fiber route currently under construction from downtown Manhattan’s financial district to New Jersey through PATH tunnels going under the Hudson River.

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Built and ready for service
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Newest and lowest latency fiber cable network into Lower Manhattan
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Breakouts along route
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Phases 2-5 in development
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the critical infrastructure team standing in front of skyline with GIX
NY Fiber 1 ("NYF1") developed and constructed a brand new, diverse, high count fiber network between 60 Hudson and 165 Halsey using the Port Authority’s Path Tunnel. This new cable will provide customers with a redundant path between New York and New Jersey that is in a storm protected, remediated Tunnel E and Tunnel F.

This route is the Southernmost Diverse Hudson River Crossing with state-of-the-art optical data transport equipment and newly manufactured high-capacity optical fiber. Our river crossing will provide the lowest latency to key financial, telecom and colocation facilities in and around Northern New Jersey and lower Manhattan.

The route has a point of presence within Databank, DRT, QTD, and HudsonIX and NY1 within 60 Hudson and terminates on the 9th floor within 165 Halsey. There are manhole to manhole solutions with lateral points at the Jersey City Exchange.

NYF1 is a carrier neutral dark fiber provider.