Connectria selects Epsilon’s Infiny platform
11 December 2017 | Natalie Bannerman
Connectria, a global cloud service provider, will use Epsilon’s Infiny platform to deliver on demand cloud connectivity to its customers.
Connectria operates in over 35 countries worldwide, offering its customers, cloud computing, managed and custom hosting solutions, and will now connect to Epsilon’s global network through its US data centre facilities.
Rich Waidmann, president and CEO of Connectria, said: “Connectria supports our customers’ ability to manage and grow their businesses in today’s distributed work environment. Epsilon’s leadership in the communication services industry, the global reach of its network and the understanding of what it takes to be successful in the highly competitive cloud market make it the ideal partner for Connectria and our customers.”
Epsilon’s Infiny on-demand platform enables provides customers with the speed and agility of the cloud to networking. With 24/7 access to services through its intuitive web portal, the procuring and managing of the global network is made simple. The Infiny platform allows Connectria customers direct connections to the other global and regional data centres.
In addition, customers can also reach Connectria’s public cloud service partners, such as, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
“On-demand connectivity is a key differentiator for managed service providers in the US and will enable Connectria to accelerate its customers’ interconnect requirements and growth in the cloud,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO of Epsilon. “The company’s broad customer base, traction in key growth markets for cloud services such as healthcare and financial services, and commitment to customer service and transparency makes Infiny the ideal fit for Connectria as it expands its global reach.”
Epsilon recently announced its partnership with DE-CIX, offering its customers access Epsilon’s global IP Transit services from its German, New York and Istanbul locations. As with Conntrica DE-CIX customers will also have access to the Infiny platform, directly connecting its customers to leading cloud service providers including Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.
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