Keppel taps Epsilon for cloud access

Staff writer
17 Feb 2016
Daily News

Keppel Data Centres Holdings, a subsidiary of Keppel T&T, has selected Epsilon, a privately owned global communications service provider, to deliver local access networks in Singapore.

The deal also allows Keppel to offer IP Transit services and global connectivity.

The company said it will be able to support the networking needs of its customers using Epsilon’s flexible network Infrastructure as a Service (network IaaS) offering, enabling them to scale their cloud services globally.

Thomas Pang, CEO of Keppel T&T said, “Beyond providing just data center colocation services, we are exploring more ways to add value and further support our customers’ businesses.”

“Organizations today need flexible, proven and secure infrastructure to run their enterprise applications and solutions. By offering network infrastructure as a service, our clients will enjoy enhanced connectivity and flexibility when they need to incorporate cloud infrastructure to scale up quickly,” the executive said.

“We will continue to explore new opportunities with customers and support their growth in the long term,” he added.

Epsilon has local fiber infrastructure connecting data center sites and enterprise locations in Singapore to its global network spanning Europe, the Middle East, North America and Asia-Pacific.

Epsilon’s terabit global optical backbone connects 70 PoPs and is supported by over 500 carrier relationships with Epsilon’s end-to-end 24/7 network operating center. Near real-time on demand provisioning through pre-connected on-net sites are possible on Epsilon’s network to meet customer’s needs, including short term contracts as needed.

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