Epsilon Expands Its North American Presence with New Workshop Series
More than 200 participants attended the Global Fabric workshop focused on accelerating networking innovation in North America and across the globe
New York, 23 October 2018 – Epsilon, a privately-owned global communications service provider, recently hosted workshop events in New York City and Los Angeles, providing participants the opportunity to learn how the company supports customers with hyper-scalable, on-demand connectivity. The Global Fabric workshops covered a range of networking topics, including remote peering, global interconnection, SD-WAN and how service providers can meet new demands in the region and across the globe.
The workshops were well-attended, attracting over 200 participants which included communications service providers, managed service providers, cloud service providers, Internet exchanges, data center operators and OTT providers in the telecommunications and technology industries. Speakers at the event included senior representatives from AMS-IX, Aqua Comms, Cato Networks, CoreSite, Juniper Networks, NJFX and Telehouse.
John Danko, Director of Business Development
ColoGuard Enterprise Solutions, LLC
Director, Network Strategy at Pilot Fiber
Epsilon has established 25 points of presence (PoPs) across major cities in North America, allowing partners and customers to interconnect with its global network fabric of more than 600 carriers, cloud service providers and internet exchanges as well as access to over 220 PoPs. The company now delivers 100G connectivity across North America on-demand via its SDN platform, Infiny by Epsilon.
Chief Commercial Officer at Epsilon
Epsilon’s workshop series has also been well-received in Singapore and London before landing in North America. The upcoming Global Fabric workshops will be held in Shanghai in December 2018 followed by Montreal in January 2019.