Epsilon Becomes LINX’s Diamond Partner
Epsilon has attained the Diamond partner status by the London Internet Exchange (LINX)as a member of its ‘ConneXions Partner Programme’. Epsilon received the highest LINX ConneXions Reseller partner tier because of the recent expansion of its managed capacity for connecting the clients to the exchange via its remote peering service. Epsilon’s numerous dedicated ports over the LINX network bring clients from all across the world to peer at LINX’s major interconnection hubs.
Epsilon’s Network as a Service (NaaS) platform Infiny offers Remote peering which directly builds a connection among users and LINX via its global network. The service would offer scalable and flexible bandwidth options for clients to be able to connect from anywhere to LINX for peering and other interconnection services.
Epsilon connects its clients to LinX’s LON1 and LON2 networks in London and LINX NoVa exchange in Northern Virginia, US. Clients can utilize the infinity platform for on-demand connectivity to remotely peer at LINX with comprehensive control and visibility over the network. Remote Peering would eliminate the need for heavy investment in physical infrastructure, so clients can take utmost advantage of the cost-effective virtual network solutions and thereby bring their users as close to their content.
Jennifer Holmes, CCO at LINX stated that in the last 12 months, the company observed record-breaking peaks of over 6Tbps, a globally connected capacity of over 40Tbps, and rising demand for peering in London. She further said that while Epsilon becomes LINX’s diamond partner, we will continue to grow this thriving ecosystem with Epsilon.
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