Epsilon Upgrades its Global Network to Deliver – 100G Services On-Demand
Epsilon is deploying next-gen packet optical switched Ethernet technology to enable hyper-scale connectivity to support the growth of Big Data, IoT and Cloud on a global scale
Chicago, 7th May 2018 – Epsilon, a privately owned global communications Service Provider, has begun a phased deployment of 100 Gigabyte per second (100G) packet optical switched Ethernet technology across its global backbone network. The deployment will enable Epsilon to serve its partners with 100G connectivity on-demand via its Infiny platform. Partners will benefit from hyper-scale connectivity designed to support Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud around the world.
Phase 1 of the deployment will extend 100G services throughout US, Europe and across the Atlantic. Epsilon will upgrade its core US network connecting New York, Ashburn, Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Jose, Seattle, and Chicago. Phase 1 also includes the deployment of new Points of Presence (PoPs) in Denver, Houston, Atlanta, Montreal, Toronto, Seattle and San Jose.
CEO at Epsilon
Phase 2 will begin in mid-summer 2018 and will include 100G upgrades to Epsilon’s pan-European network, introducing 100G services between 50 PoP sites across key hub locations in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Marseille. Sites in Asia-Pacific will be upgraded beginning in 2019. Partners will begin to see increased connectivity options appearing on Infiny by Epsilon continually over the next two years.
Director Global Network Operation and Technology at Epsilon
Infiny by Epsilon enables partners to order, activate and manage local, regional and global connectivity and communication services. Users can choose from a range of services from port-to-port, port-to-Cloud, port-to-Internet Exchange, SIP Trunking and Inbound services, last mile DIA and SD-WAN services. Epsilon’s Global Interconnect Fabric includes 600+ Service Providers as well as world-leading Cloud Service Providers and Internet Exchanges.