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Local Connectivity, Global Reach with Last Mile Ethernet

Achieve dedicated, reliable and secure Ethernet connectivity, seamlessly bridging your last-mile access gap.

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Dedicated Ethernet Access for Your Local Connection

Epsilon’s Last Mile Ethernet is the optimal solution for businesses in search of high-performance last mile connectivity globally.

With a dedicated, SLA-backed Ethernet connection, you can effortlessly establish a local presence and connect between data centres, clouds, and business premises around the globe.

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Extended Global Reach
Leverage our extensive network of local access partners spanning across 120+ countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the Americas to expand your network to new global locations.
Versatile Topology
Select from various Ethernet topology options, including point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, and Switched Ethernet, to best align with your specific requirements.
Flexible Data Rate Options
Tailor your data rate based on your specific needs and availability, allowing you to pay for only the bandwidth you require, enhancing cost-efficiency.
Improved Performance
Direct Ethernet connections provide low-latency, high-performance connectivity for mission-critical and data-sensitive applications, ensuring they operate smoothly and efficiently.
Simplified Management
Eliminate the complexities of managing multiple local access relationships. We simplify your last-mile connectivity procurement and management operations by handling your network partner relationships and contracts on your behalf.
Entering Niche Markets
Effortlessly establish a local presence in South Korea and other hard-to-reach destinations with Epsilon, one of the few companies capable of facilitating the seamless connection.


How Last Mile Ethernet Works

Epsilon’s Last Mile Ethernet offers a Layer 2 Ethernet connection that extends the customer’s reach through a secure and private WAN network. This connection links customer sites to the nearest data centres and clouds via either an External Network to Network Interface (ENNI) or a User Network Interface (UNI).

With high-speed data transfer rates accommodating a wide range of bandwidth requirements and varying Classes of Service (CoS) available for prioritisation, you can experience smooth, low latency connections to your data and applications.

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Global Connectivity at Scale through a Single Provider

Epsilon’s Last Mile Ethernet is perfect for businesses seeking robust Ethernet connections across multiple sites around the world.

Discover how our solution can effectively support your core business functions for enhanced user experiences and efficiency.

Use cases for Last Mile Ethernet

Enabling Workforce Productivity

In need of a robust network solution to support employees across all branch locations?

Enable smooth resource sharing and uninterrupted access to business-critical applications with high performance, secure Ethernet connectivity to each of your branch locations. Epsilon’s Last Mile Ethernet has extensive network coverage that ensures high employee productivity from anywhere in the world.

Expanding Enterprise Operations

Expanding your business and in need of a dependable network solution?

Effortlessly extend your global operations to new locations with Epsilon’s Last Mile Ethernet. Our network of service providers across Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the Americas guarantees you a scalable global reach, enabling effective business growth in new markets.

Optimise Operational Resources

Looking to streamline your operations and boost productivity?

Connect multiple enterprise locations worldwide through a single source, eliminating the necessity to manage numerous network partner relationships and contracts. Epsilon’s Last Mile Ethernet consolidates all your global local access connectivity under one contract, simplifying complex management.

“Epsilon is an ideal solution for meeting our enterprise customers’ needs because it is flexible and built for supporting long-term growth. We see a tremendous opportunity in working with Epsilon and developing a relationship that helps us to deliver the highest quality ICT solutions for our enterprise customers.”

JS ChoiGeneral Manager, International Data Business at LG Uplus
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Simplifying Local Access to Serve Global Enterprises

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Last Mile Ethernet?

Last Mile Ethernet Access is a high-speed, dedicated internet connection technology that provides a direct Ethernet connection from the service provider’s network to the customer’s premises. It is the final leg of the network infrastructure that connects the customer site to the internet or a private network, often using fibre-optic or copper Ethernet cables. This technology is known for its reliability, scalability, and symmetrical upload and download speeds, making it ideal for businesses with high data transfer requirements.

2. What are the advantages of Last Mile Ethernet for businesses?

Last Mile Ethernet offers several advantages for businesses, including:

  1. Highly reliable and stable connection, minimising downtime and ensuring uninterrupted business operations
  2. Scalable bandwidth options, allowing businesses to easily adjust their internet speeds
  3. Symmetrical upload and download speeds, which is essential for applications like video conferencing and data backups
  4. Low latency, making it suitable for real-time applications, such as VoIP and online collaboration
  5. High level of service quality, backed by SLAs guaranteeing uptime and performance

3. How reliable is Last Mile Ethernet?

Last Mile Ethernet is renowned for its reliability. It typically offers a high level of uptime, backed by service level agreements (SLAs) that guarantee a certain level of availability and performance. Since it’s a dedicated connection, it is less susceptible to congestion and network fluctuations that can affect other types of internet connections like cable or DSL. The use of physical Ethernet cables further enhances its reliability compared to wireless technologies.

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