InterNexa, a leading connectivity infrastructure and ICT solutions provider, partnered with Epsilon to meet growing traffic demands. It uses Epsilon’s Remote Peering to access LINX in London and AMS-IX in Amsterdam from Miami through its network. Epsilon’s Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform, Infiny makes the management of multiple connections simple.
With access to the leading internet exchanges (IX), InterNexa can now connect their customers in South America closer to where their services and end users are for the best performance.
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Leading Connectivity Infrastructure and ICT Solutions Provider in Latin America
To Extend Customers' Reach to European Markets with Seamless Connectivity
Supporting Seamless User Experience for Gaming and Video Streaming Services in Europe
InterNexa was seeing a huge surge in traffic demands due to the pandemic in 2020, particularly for gaming and video streaming services in Europe. It needed to support its customers’ needs in delivering a seamless end user experience when connecting to Europe. However, they faced the challenge of extending reach to key European markets without having the relationship with the local ISPs and the lack of network infrastructure.
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”South America has some of the most dynamic and fastest growing markets in the world. Our work with InterNexa will enable more local users to benefit from an optimised network experience when deploying their applications and services. Our vision with Infiny is aligned with InterNexa’s focus on helping South American businesses to digitally transform. With on-demand connectivity, it can continue to scale up efficiently and serve more customers across the region.Michel RobertChief Executive Officer, Epsilon
”Our partnership with Epsilon is helping us to manage the surging internet bandwidth and usage in the region. We are seeing huge demand from online gaming and other applications such as video streaming. Remote peering enables us to connect our customers closer to where these services are hosted for the best digital experience. With a single interconnect , we have instant access to a whole ecosystem of internet exchange points across the globe and can adapt our connectivity to match local demand. Infiny is an easy to use platform and powerful enabler for connecting our customers to global destinations.Jaime GiraldoChief New Markets Officer, InterNexa
Connect Multiple IXs
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No Physical Presence
Enter new markets less physical infrastructure costs
Low latency and low jitter connections with guaranteed throughput
Remove complexity and streamline your connectivity with a single contact
Infiny provides InterNexa with access to an evolving partner ecosystem with connectivity to new markets, capabilities, and solutions. By partnering with Epsilon, InterNexa benefits from a partner dedicated to its success, with consistent ongoing support into the future.
InterNexa can remain competitive in the market with on-demand connectivity to key European markets for its customers. It can keep up with traffic surges from gaming and streaming services, ensuring an optimised user experience with low latency, low jitter connections.
Epsilon’s Remote Peering solution provides the flexibility for InterNexa to scale its capacity whenever the demand changes. It can extend its reach and capabilities to other markets without adding complexity to its operations. This allows the solutions provider to continue supporting and accelerating its customers’ digital transformation across South America.
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