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St. Louis, MO – May 2, 2017 – Netrality Properties, owner and operator of network-neutral carrier hotels and colocation facilities, announces today that Epsilon, a privately owned global communications service provider, has executed an agreement to install its Cloud Link eXchange Platform (CloudLX) within the 210 N Tucker meet me room (MMR) with direct connection to 900 Walnut’s MMR in St. Louis.  Through a single physical connection, Netrality Properties’ network operator and enterprise customers can connect to CloudLX and access leading cloud service providers and Internet exchanges, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.

CloudLX forms as a module within Epsilon’s on-demand connectivity platform, Infiny.  Through Epsilon’s dedicated Infiny online portal, users can seamlessly procure and manage global networks over a scalable and assured network.  CloudLX uses bespoke intelligent networking technologies and automation to deliver port-to-port, port-to-Cloud and port-to-Internet Exchange globally.  Users benefit from simple click-to-connect provisioning as well as end-to-end visibility into network performance. CloudLX provides a single source for solving all cloud connectivity needs.

We are thrilled to expand our relationship with Epsilon, specifically in our St. Louis core interconnection locations. Epsilon’s CloudLX will create a unique value for our customers and provide a simple platform for connecting and growing their cloud-based services. We are offering customers new options for cloud enablement and providing a dynamic environment for leveraging the cloud in their operations.

Clarissa JoyceDirector of Business Development at St. Louis

Our presence within Netrality’s St. Louis MMR’s means that we are able to bring our platform closer to our partners across the Midwest. Our business model attracts VARs, MSPs, data center operators and other service providers in need of efficient and cost effective connection to cloud service providers and Internet exchanges. Netrality Properties offers high quality and secure locations in St. Louis to help drive our U.S. expansion plans and thus, give our partners maximum availability.

Paul VerhoevenGeneral Manager Americas at Epsilon


PropertiesNetrality Properties owns and operates network-neutral carrier hotels and meet me rooms providing a mix of retail and wholesale colocation and data center solutions driven by network-rich interconnection environments.  Currently, Netrality owns and operates seven strategic network interconnection properties, including 717 S Wells in Chicago, 1301 Fannin in Houston, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, 325 Hudson in New York City (owned in joint venture with Jamestown), 401 North Broad in Philadelphia, and 210 N Tucker and 900 Walnut in St. Louis.

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