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Epsilon strikes colocation deal with NewCloud Networks
- 12 June, 2019 07:13
Singapore-based service provider Epsilon has been selected by NewCloud Networks to provide hyper-connected and scalable colocation solutions in New York.
Terms of the agreement will see NewCloud Networks - a cloud and communications provider - grow its presence at 60 Hudson Street, New York, through a “highly secure and resilient” hosting environment.
Specifically, the deployment will support NewCloud Networks’ back-up-as-service (BaaS), disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) and a suite of cloud solutions.
The alliance also offers access to Epsilon’s Global Interconnect Fabric, which enables interconnect with over 220 data centres, connecting with more than 600 network operators, cloud service providers (CSPs) and Internet Exchanges (IXs).
“BaaS, DRaaS and public, private and hybrid cloud are some of the fastest growing enterprise solutions in the world,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO of Epsilon. “They require trusted colocation solutions combined with flexible and agile network to meet new demand.
“Our work with NewCloud Networks demonstrates how we can help ‘as-a-service’ providers grow their businesses at scale.
“Across the US, we're seeing a growing demand for a new connectivity model that is efficient and better able to serve the needs of cloud solutions providers.”
Epsilon operates data centre facilities in Singapore, Hong Kong, London and New York, with each hub “strategically located” for hosting applications and services while offering connectivity to global data centres, IXs and CSPs.
“We pride ourselves on offering an exceptional quality of service for our enterprise customers,” added Sam V. Kumar, founder and CEO of NewCloud Networks. “We only select the best data centre and colocation facilities to build the foundation for our cloud hubs.
”Epsilon has given us the ability to efficiently grow our presence in New York with direct access to local, regional and global connectivity. That is a real competitive advantage for our business in the cloud era.”
NewCloud Networks services more than 2,500 cloud customers, and over 2,000 sales partners across the world, leveraging seven core cloud solutions delivered from its unified cloud platform.