06 March 2017
Epsilon has launched its Infiny platform to give users
on-demand access to its suite of connectivity
Users are able to procure and manage Epsilon’s
services via Infiny’s web-based portal, APIs, and
Android and iOS mobile apps. They can use the self-service
platform to procure local, regional and global port-to-port,
port-to-Cloud, port-to-Internet Exchange, SIP Trunking and last
mile DIA and SDWAN services.
"Infiny is the result of more than a decade of simplifying
how our partners connect and deliver services around the globe.
We have taken our core set of services and made them available
via a simple and powerful platform. It removes the friction
from voice, data and local access services and delivers truly
Cloud-centric networking," said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at
Epsilon. "We have reduced the complexity of global networking
to a mobile app and web based portal, delivering networking as
a utility in the form of a fully adaptable API. This is a step
change in our industry."
From the Infiny.cloud web portal, partners gain complete
visibility into their service status with click-to-connect
provisioning and back end automation. Partners also have the
option to use our Infiny.io API to plug Epsilon’s
services directly into their existing platforms.
"Infiny enables users to manage global connectivity
on-demand. They can see network performance and analytics while
scaling services up or down from a smartphone. It is that
simple. Infiny puts Data Connectivity, Direct Cloud Access, SIP
Trunking and Last Mile services in the palm of your hand and
removes the limits from networking," Carl Roberts, Chief
Commercial Officer at Epsilon. "The user is in control of their
services and gains a set of services that they turn up at the
click of a button."
Infiny is supported with bespoke intelligent networking
technology that enables it to offer guaranteed Quality of
Service end-to-end and around the world. Each service is
accessible from the platform in a modular format.
Epsilon’s Cloud Link eXchange (CloudLX) platform
will become a module of Infiny. Its SDWAN module will enable
users to connect enterprise locations globally.
"When the network is a utility, it becomes easier to
innovate. Software and application developers are no longer
restricted by the lack of agility in traditional networks. They
can rollout services knowing the network will be able to
support them and offer the flexibility and adaptability they
need. Infiny supports the entire ecosystem and turns the
network into a driver for innovation," said Szlosarek.
Android and iOS apps will be available for download in March
2017. Users that pre-connected to Epsilon will be able to
request a login into these apps, allowing them the
ability to procure and monitor services, anytime