Epsilon expands operations in the Middle East
09 January 2014 | Sophie Donoghue
Carrier neutral exchange company Epsilon has established a sales office in Dubai, to cope with growing demand from operators in the Middle East for IPX services and local access solutions.
The company’s operations in the Middle East are already generating 15% of its revenue, Epsilon reported.
“Middle Eastern operators are asking us for intelligent network and local access solutions that can help them to deliver guaranteed quality of services globally, and our local presence will help us to create the bespoke solutions they need,” Epsilon’s regional director Clint Collins said.
Collins will lead Epsilon’s operations in the region.
The move follows the company’s partnership with UAE-based Etisalat to deploy its Middle Eastern network exchange at the operator’s SmartHub data centre in Fujairah.
The PoP supports the company’s interconnections, capacity trading platform and restoration services across the region.
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