AMS-IX Hong Kong gains new remote peering options as well as simple and seamless access to Epsilon’s Infiny platform
Singapore – October 6 2018 – Epsilon, a privately-owned global communications Service Provider, has expanded its partnership with AMS-IX to AMS-IX Hong Kong. Epsilon’s partners can remotely peer at AMS-IX’s exchange in Hong Kong on-demand via its Infiny by Epsilon Software-Defined Networking (SDN) platform.
On-demand remote peering enables network-centric businesses of all sizes to instantly connect to global Internet Exchanges (IX) and give users an optimised Cloud and Content experience. This partnership enables an organisation to self-register on Infiny and immediately connect to AMS-IX Hong Kong as well as IXs and Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) across the globe.
“We are simplifying and accelerating how our partners connect globally. Our partnership with AMS-IX creates new value across the value chain and enables more organisations globally to benefit from on-demand remote peering. Our partnership with AMS-IX is very successful in Europe and we look forward to replicating it in Hong Kong,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon. “Together, we are giving more network-centric businesses friction-free access to remote peering across the globe.”
AMS-IX’s Hong Kong peering fabric brings a new level of connectivity options to one of the fastest growing internet regions in the world. AMS-IX’s Hong Kong peering environment houses nearly 50 of the world’s leading ASNs. This generates nearly 40G of peak traffic already and continues to grow at a rapid pace.
“We’re pleased to be expanding our partnership with Epsilon and enabling more organisations to benefit from peering in Hong Kong. Internet demand is exploding across Asia and we’re proud to have a dynamic and growing ecosystem in the region,” said Jesse Robbers, CCO at AMS-IX.
Network-centric businesses that are interested in remote peering can self-register to use the Infiny platform and immediately connect to IXs globally. By filling out a simple form, users can register for a direct account and experience friction-free and on-demand connectivity. Epsilon has removed the barriers to remote peering at IXs across the globe. Self register here: www.infiny.cloud
Epsilon is a global Cloud-centric Network Service Provider, extending carrier grade connectivity services to the world’s communications and Cloud ecosystems. The company offers smart networking capabilities through its simple and powerful SDN platform, Infiny, that combines on-demand infrastructure, automation, web-based portals and APIs to give partners friction-free access to global connectivity.
All Epsilon services are powered by a next generation hyper-scalable global backbone which connects all the leading telecoms hubs globally. Across this fabric encompasses a dense ecosystem of carriers, service operators and Cloud providers offering the leading interconnect point for a diverse set of network and connectivity requirements.
Epsilon is headquartered in Singapore with offices in London, New York and Dubai.
For more information, visit www.epsilontel.com
Established in the early 1990s as a not-for-profit organisation, AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) is a neutral and independent Internet Exchange based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. AMS-IX interconnects over 800 networks by offering professional IP exchange services, also called peering services. Peering enables these connected networks to offer stable, fast and cost-effective Internet services to their end-users and business customers. Peering is what makes the Internet robust and resilient, a network of networks all linked together.
Founded in 2012, AMS-IX Hong Kong is a neutral Internet Exchange, offering high-quality IP peering and interconnectivity services as well as an Inter-IPX service for the Asian region. AMS-IX Hong Kong is a cooperation between AMS-IX and HGC Global Communications and is built on AMS-IX’s successful and proven European business model. AMS-IX Hong Kong offers Asian networks the benefits of a professional Internet Exchange point in the region and easy access through HGC to around 800 networks currently part of the AMS-IX community in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.