Epsilon colocation services help you to safeguard your mission-critical data with leading security and operational reliability. We serve national and global companies, from the leading telecommunications carriers to financial companies, by supporting their digitalisation and the increasing need for connectivity.
Epsilon Global Hubs: New York
60 Hudson Street
Single Source for Colocation and Interconnectivity
Premier Colocation and Interconnection Facility
With cabling throughout the building, Epsilon Global Hub New York allows you to access physical connections to hundreds of network operators — and also to interconnect with locations around the world.
Our colocation facility serves leading carriers by providing high capacity and low-latency interconnectivity. Access our global network fabric to instantly connect to 300 data centres, clouds and internet exchanges with on-demand connectivity using our Infiny Network as a Service (NaaS) platform.
Why Choose Epsilon
Expand your presence into other markets
Epsilon makes it easy to expand your data centre footprint with access to a global network fabric of 300 locations with extensive reach across Asia Pacific including mainland China.
Direct Access to global cloud infrastructure
Provision private connections to the leading cloud services from our facility for latency-sensitive requirements with high throughput and security.
Safeguarding your data & applications
Our TIA 942 & ISO 27001 colocation facility provides a highly secure and resilient colocation environment for your data and applications with disaster management solutions.
Flexible commercial options
Grow your business with flexible options from ½ rack to a standard rack or customisable private suite, supported by SLA-backed security, support services and a team of expert engineers 24/7.
Interconnect Your Business to the Cloud and Internet Exchanges
Epsilon Global Hub New York enables you to extend your network presence within the US and around the world. By using Infiny, you can connect on-demand to cloud services, which include Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Oracle Cloud, as well as major internet exchanges such as DE-CIX, LINX, MASS-IX and NYIIX.