First graph, first sentence of release should read: TE Connectivity (TE) has announced that its high-density fiber solutions were selected for Telx's new data center at 100 Delawanna Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey as part of Telx’s fully-owned data center campus. (sted TE Connectivity (TE) has announced that its high-density fiber solutions were selected for Telx’s new data center campus in New York City.) The corrected release reads: TE CONNECTIVITY’S HIGH-DENSITY FIBER SOLUTIONS CHOSEN FOR TELX’S NEWLY CONSTRUCTED DATA CENTERTE data center solutions provide easy access to cable and connectors for less service disruptions TE Connectivity (TE) has announced that its high-density fiber solutions were selected for Telx's new data center at 100 Delawanna Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey as part of Telx’s fully-owned data center campus. Telx, a leading provider of global interconnectivity, cloud enablement services and 100% Uptime SLA data center facilities, designed the 215,000 square-foot data center for faster and more robust access to equipment connections. “In a round-the-clock ‘uptime’ environment contending with hundreds of thousands of equipment ports, having easy access to fiber cables and connectors is key to make adds, moves and changes,” says Jaxon Lang, vice president of TE Telecom Networks. “That’s why our portfolio of high-density data center solutions helps alleviate equipment congestion and provides the means to install cable faster and more efficiently. Our products help our customers meet their immediate and long-term revenue objectives.” “Telx sought a cross-connect network infrastructure that seamlessly bridged the gap between carriers and customer co-location equipment and for use between individual collocated customers,” said Ron Sterbenz, senior vice president of Product & Marketing for Telx. “The solution needed to address large counts of fiber coming in from both outside and within the floors of the facility, while simultaneously balancing the accessibility requirements for technicians managing equipment connections.” To manage the data center connections, Telx chose TE’s portfolio of high-density fiber products – including the NG4access ODF, Rapid Fiber panel, FiberGuide raceway, MPO and microcable solutions.