Epsilon launches global channel partner programme

18 January 2018 | Natalie Bannerman


Epsilon launches its global channel partner programme giving its managed service partners access to a suite of cloud-centric network services.

Jerzy Szlosarek 160x186The Epsilon partner programme enables service providers to monetise connectivity, voice, colocation and professional services.

Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon, commented: “We are super-charging the global IT channel with networking built for the cloud era. Our partner programme enables managed service providers to move quickly to serve new demand and transform their businesses with cloud-centric networking. We remove the barriers to growth with a model dedicated to turning networking into a driver for long-term profitability.”

Epsilon partners use a smart network utility that combines on-demand infrastructure, automation, web-based portals and APIs to enable them to deploy, manage and optimise their applications and services globally.

The partner programme uses a simple four step sign up process and supports its partners by giving its sales and engineering expertise as well as partner marketing and training, all which can be offered as co-branded or white label solutions.

“Epsilon’s partner programme has enabled us to offer on-demand connectivity to our customers and quickly differentiate our services. We’ve been able to monetise cloud in new ways and deliver new and existing customers innovative network services. Epsilon understands what it takes to make a partnership successful. It supports partner’s end-to-end and is really committed to collaborating and growing together,” added Paul Tindley, CEO of SmartIPX.

SmartIPX, the UK-based service provider, has already joined Epsilon’s partner programme and offers its customers access to on-demand connectivity to cloud service providers, global SIP, ethernet and a range of infrastructure solutions. SmartIPX customers can also use Epsilon’s global footprint of over 600 service providers and terabyte global optical network.

“When a partner joins our programme, they become part of the Epsilon family and we grow together. Managed service providers don’t have to invest time and resources in building and developing their own platforms and services. We give them a cost-efficient solution that is ready to deploy in local markets today. That makes monetisation quick and efficient,” said Szlosarek.

Epsilon was recently selected by Bulk Infrastructure, the Norwegian fibre and data centre company to provide access to global cloud services.