DE-CIX and Epsilon partner together on cloud integrator offering

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25 October 2017 | Natalie Bannerman

DE-CIX, has announced its partnership with Epsilon, giving its customers to access global IP Transit services from their German, New York and Istanbul locations.

Jerzy Szlosarek CEO Epsilon 200 x 233.Epsilon Internet services offer IP Transit globally, whilst providing an extensive peering ecosystem incorporating major content network providers, other public Internet exchanges and network service partners. And through Epsilon’s Infiny platform, DE-CIX will also be able to directly connect its customers to leading cloud service providers including Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.

Melanie Kempf, director of global partner relations at DE-CIX, said: "The need for scalable connectivity and interconnections in an efficient and cost-effective manner was a key driver in choosing to partner with Epsilon. Our partnership allows us to globally extend the reach of the IP footprint our customers can use. Our customers need to globally connect and peer with companies more frequently than ever before, and partnering with innovative networking partners like Epsilon helps DE-CIX to facilitate this."

Infiny offers a set of enterprise, voice, local access, cloud, and global connectivity services from a single, self-service platform. Using this technology, users have the ability to procure and manage Epsilon’s services via the Infiny web-based portal, APIs, in addition to Android and iOS apps.

Melanie Kempf Director Global Partner Relations DE-CIX 200 x 200.jpg (22.8 KB)"This partnership demonstrates Epsilon’s capability to assist with and meet the demands of the growing need for IP bandwidth and peering, by enabling fast-growing connectivity services with global network reach," added Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO of Epsilon. "We look forward to a long-lasting relationship with DE-CIX, serving their customers with connectivity needs as they continue to grow their own internal and external service capabilities." 

This new service complements the DE-CIX DirectCLOUD service, which was launched in November 2016, the solution lets Internet Service Providers directly connect their end customers to several cloud service providers, bypassing the Internet. Looking ahead the companies have said that phase two will see DE-CIX will make Epsilon’s IP services accessible in all global locations in 2018.

Topics: DE-CIX, Epsilon, IP Transit, Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Melanie Kempf, Jerzy Szlosarek


 

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