Epsilon supports Google Cloud Partner Interconnect

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Epsilon now supports Google Cloud’s Partner Interconnect, a service from Google Cloud that allows customers to connect to Google Cloud Platform globally.

Partner Interconnect forms part of the Google Cloud Interconnect family. Another product in the family, Dedicated Interconnect, provides higher-speed and lower-cost connectivity than VPN, and has become the “go-to” solution to connect on-premise data centres to Google Cloud.

“Cloud Connect is a key solution in our cloud enablement and interconnection strategy. We are continuously evolving it to offer our customers and partners simple and secure connectivity to the public clouds,” said Jerzy Szlosarek (pictured), CEO at Epsilon. “We are enabling access to Google Cloud Platform from across a global footprint while delivering high-quality cloud connectivity solutions at scale. Customers and partners gain an innovative SDN platform that supports them with programmable and automated connectivity for their hybrid cloud strategy.”

With Partner Interconnect, customers can now choose Epsilon to provide connectivity from their facility to the nearest Google edge point of presence. In addition, they will also be able to select from a variety of sub rate interface speeds varying from 50Mbps to 10Gbps.

Epsilon’s Cloud Connect solution is offered through its software-defined networking (SDN) platform, Infiny by Epsilon. The platform allows customers to establish dedicated connections to Google Cloud Platform delivered via Epsilon’s MEF-certified ethernet service. Infiny enables flexible and secure direct access to an ecosystem of cloud service providers across the globe with added real-time network performance and analytics.

In September, Epsilon partnered with ORIS Telekom to deploy its Infiny software-defined networking (SDN) platform in Turkey.

The agreement includes the launch of a joint point of presence (PoP) in the TI Sparkle data centre, formerly known as Mediterranean Nautilus, which is located in Istanbul and is one of the most diversely connected carrier-neutral facilities in the region.

The partnership establishes an SDN hub in the Istanbul facility, enabling new interconnection options for service providers and enterprises.