Epsilon was selected by Qube Managed Services to deliver its Cloud Link Exchange (CloudLX) cloud connectivity platform. Qube Managed IT services will offer its customers high-performance connectivity to cloud service providers including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure as well as other cloud service providers and global internet exchanges.
UK-based Qube will use a white-label version of CloudLX to offer its customers direct access to on demand Ethernet services covering 170+ countries.
“The white-label version of CloudLX can be a powerful tool for service providers that want to efficiently add new capabilities to their portfolio and develop new revenue streams. Qube’s customers can connect to cloud providers and easily adjust their services via any web browser anywhere in the world,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon. “We are supporting the success of service providers in the cloud and enabling their customers to gain rapid access to flexible and on demand cloud connectivity.”
CloudLX has been deployed at Qube Managed Service’s Goswell Road facility in London where Epsilon have an on-net presence. The Goswell Road PoP is one of 23 data centres on Epsilon’s London Metro Ethernet ring, which are connected to Epsilon’s 1TB optical backbone spanning 75 PoPs globally.
“CloudLX gives our customers a friction-free platform for cloud connectivity. It combines on demand Ethernet, network analytics and new levels of intelligence that supports our vision for vibrant and agile cloud solutions. We were impressed with CloudLX’s depth and breadth of reporting features like bandwidth utilisation, information on packet loss and latency as well as its strict SLAs and QoS guarantees,” says Simon Neal, CSMO at Qube Managed Services.
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