NetIX and Epsilon strengthen partnership

Epsilon customers can now access NetIX’s carrier class, global network directly from their existing Epsilon location via Infiny and reach new locations whilst benefiting from a range of award-winning services.

NetIX, the leading global distributed platform for award-winning connectivity and peering solutions, and Epsilon Telecommunications (Epsilon), a global connectivity provider, have strengthened their existing partnership by adding all 150+ NetIX locations and peering services onto Epsilon’s Network as a Service (NaaS) platform, Infiny, to broaden and simplify connectivity options for Epsilon customers.



Whilst NetIX operates a global network, it has an incredibly strong position and footprint across central and eastern Europe, and similarly, Epsilon is well-known for its network across Asia Pacific and western Europe. Combined, this partnership will enable customers to gain unparalleled access into these regions and benefit from both providers.



With NetIX’s locations and peering services now added to Infiny, users will be able to add new routes and services to their networks at the click of a button, allowing them to operate as a single end-to-end, hassle-free network.



“Combining our global network and services with Epsilon’s reflects NetIX's commitment to building our network based on customer needs,” said Chris Harper, CCO of NetIX. We look forward to collaborating with wholesale businesses and enterprise organisations who want to expand their reach in the central and eastern European regions where we have unparalleled strength, and help them drive transformative changes that improve the way they connect and work.”

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