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Remote Peering

Get Seamless Access to Global IXPs via Remote Peering

Peer on-demand with 19+ leading internet exchanges via a single port interconnection.

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Bringing Together the Best in Peering

Epsilon’s remote peering is a one-stop solution that enables internet connectivity to be established remotely from an Epsilon Point of Presence (PoP) to Internet Exchanges around the world without the need for a physical presence at the local internet exchange point.

Remotely access thousands of target peers globally to enhance content and application delivery across your network by connecting to Epsilon’s global network fabric.

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Extensive Global Reach
Interconnect to global Internet Exchanges (IXs) via our 140+ on-ramp locations, and access a vast network of 11,000+ peering members without the need for a physical presence.
Scalable Connectivity
Easily connect to multiple IXs remotely and on-demand with Infiny and enjoy the flexibility to scale your bandwidth according to your needs.
Enhanced User Experiences
Reduce network latency with minimised number of hops between service providers. Unlock optimal performance for bandwidth-sensitive applications.
Cost Optimisation
Eliminate the need for substantial upfront investments and pay solely for the required bandwidth and connections.
Seamless Onboarding
Simplify your peering journey and let us take care of all your IX memberships and onboarding. Experience the convenience of a single contract for connectivity and IX peering services
Single Access Port
Remove the expenses and time constraints associated with having a physical presence at multiple IX peering locations. We bring your preferred peering partners to you at a convenient location through a single interconnection port.

How Remote Peering Works

Connect to major Internet Exchanges around the world and peer remotely at your desired Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) from a single multi-service port without the need to establish a physical presence.

Internet Exchange Points serve as physical locations where two or more networks can directly interconnect, enabling the efficient exchange data with fewer hops. This results in lower latency, enhanced internet performance and increased reliability for end-users. 

Multiple VLANs can be configured from a common network port by utilising our trans-Atlantic MPLS network, to enjoy scalable bandwidth of up to 100Gbps. 

With remote peering powered by a dedicated Layer 2 connectivity between your business and the IXs, enjoy cost savings on IP transit expenses while experiencing substantial improvements in traffic routing. 

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Our Internet Exchange Peering Partners

Epsilon’s extensive network of global partnerships brings together one of the largest peering hubs worldwide, providing access to new peering opportunities within a global community of IX partners.

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IX Peering across the World

Epsilon’s Remote Peering utilises Ethernet connectivity delivered over Epsilon’s network, ensuring low latency and low jitter connections with guaranteed throughput that provide greater reliability for you and your business.

Get a glimpse of how our solutions help reduce costs and improve internet performance and speed for your end-users.

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Enhancing Application Performance

In need of reliable connectivity for bandwidth-critical applications?

Experience reduced network latency for faster online gaming and on-demand video streaming with remote peering, which improves network routing, ensuring a seamless and enhanced online experience and enabling you to enjoy your favourite content with minimal delays.

Extending Global Reach

Need to reach new markets, including hard-to-reach places?

Easily connect to your preferred Internet Exchange Point (IXPs) around the world and complement your existing network infrastructure with Epsilon’s extensive global network ecosystem of partners. Allow us to tailor a custom network design that seamlessly integrates with your specific business requirements. A single interconnection port is all your need to establish peering connections with all your desired IXPs.

Simplifying Network Management

Seeking a single source of provider for your global interconnections?

Optimise your peering strategy with ease through a single interconnect and point of contact, as Epsilon will handle every aspect of your peering needs, from connecting to IXPs to managing IX memberships, providing technical support, handling legal matters, and processing billing.


Going Global with On-demand Remote Peering

“Our partnership with Epsilon has revolutionised our global connectivity, enabling us to deliver exceptional digital experiences to our customers with ease. Epsilon’s Remote Peering solution has not only expanded our network reach beyond Indonesia but has also improved content and application performance globally. This has been crucial in meeting the demands of our customers for seamless connectivity, particularly in regions like the U.S., Europe, Hong Kong, and Japan.”

Michael McPhail

Chief Technology Officer, Moratelindo

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Peering?

Peering is the direct exchange of internet traffic between networks at an Internet Exchange Point (IXP). It improves internet performance, reduces reliance on third-party transit providers, and leads to a faster and more reliable internet experience for end-users by efficiently exchanging data with fewer hops.

2. What is the purpose of Peering?

Peering serves to foster more efficient, cost-effective traffic exchange, thereby enhancing network reliability and extending global reach. It achieves this by enabling networks to cooperate and directly exchange traffic, reducing the need for data to traverse multiple intermediary networks.

3. What is Remote Peering?

Remote Peering is a way of interconnecting networks where two or more networks connect to an Internet Exchange Point (IXP) or a peering point through the use of a remote peering service provider to establish the connection.

4. What is the difference between Remote Peering and Direct Peering?

There are four key differences between Remote Peering and Direct Peering:

  1. Physical presence: Remote Peering allows businesses to connect to an Internet Exchange Point (IXP) without a physical presence, as connections are established through the Remote Peering provider. In contrast, Direct Peering necessitates a physical presence at the IXP.
  2. Hardware deployment: Remote Peering does not require the deployment of physical hardware at the IXP, while businesses opting for Direct Peering must invest in hardware installation, cover colocation and utility fees at each IXP, and manage ongoing maintenance charges.
  3. Interconnection port: Remote Peering enables businesses to access multiple IXPs using a single interconnection port and cross-connect to the service port. In contrast, Direct Peering requires a separate physical port and cross-connect for each IXP the network wishes to peer with.
  4. Vendor management: Remote Peering simplifies the management of multiple IXP relationships, which typically involve varying Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and contracts that businesses must handle when adopting traditional Direct Peering.

5. How does Epsilon’s Remote Peering work?

Epsilon’s Remote Peering is a cost-effective solution that enables networks to access the IXP or peering point from a remote location without the need to establish a physical presence at the exchange location.

6. How does Remote Peering improve network latency and performance?

Remote Peering reduces data transit distances, optimising routing through strategically positioned Internet Exchange Points (IXPs), and minimising congestion for lower network latency and enhanced performance. The capability to reroute traffic during network failures and exercise enhanced control over routing decisions further bolsters network reliability. Consequently, applications and services hosted on the network operate with greater efficiency, resulting in an overall improved user experience.

7. How do I choose the right Remote Peering service provider

When selecting a remote peering service provider, consider factors such as: 

  • Extensive partner ecosystem: The service provider should have established partnerships to facilitate seamless remote peering at your preferred Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) globally 
  • Network scalability and flexibility: The solution should be able to accommodate and adapt to your evolving requirements   

8. What is an Internet Exchange Point (IXP)?

An Internet Exchange Point (IXP) is a physical location where Internet infrastructure companies interconnect with one another. These strategically positioned locations serve as peering points for network providers to exchange traffic outside their own network. Having a presence at an IXP enables companies to minimise the distance their data travels to the transit coming from other participating networks, thereby reducing latency and improving round-trip time.

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