Paramus-based networking solutions company Hudson Fiber Network has completed a smart grid for 55 Hudson Yards in New York City, it announced recently.
The company said it is now delivering lit and dark fiber services for data and internet protocol needs at the building on the west side of Manhattan.
“Being part of such a paramount project in the Hudson Yards has been a privilege,” CEO Brett Diamond said in a prepared statement. “HFN has applied the best of its purpose-built network expertise to power this emblematic building. Our connectivity solutions must be designed to respond to the most demanding technology-driven tenants, not just in New York City, but across the world.”
The 55 Hudson Yards building, opened in 2017, is the third commercial tower in the “New West Side” project. The 33-story building, on 30th Street between 10th and 11th avenues, comprises 1.3 million square feet of space.
“After deploying at 55 Hudson Yards, we will continue to expand the HFN network throughout the entire New West Side project,” Chief Operating Officer Keith Muller said in a statement.