Epsilon announced its entry into the enterprise market with its global, secure software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) as the key offering. The company accelerated its efforts to build enterprise-grade products and services after the successful completion of its 100 Gigabyte per second (100G) upgrade.
It debuts into the enterprise market with a unique end-to-end connectivity offering that combines its cloud-delivered SD-WAN with Data Centre Interconnect and Direct Cloud Connect networking services. The solutions are underpinned by Epsilon’s carrier-grade backbone network covering over 220 points of presence (PoPs) around the world. It comes fully integrated with a security stack at the WAN edge and core which includes next-generation firewall services and advanced threat prevention.
“Epsilon has undergone many phases of transformation over the past few years. We have been building our core network and fine tuning our solutions before embarking on this journey to serve new enterprise customers,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon. “Having supported the telecommunications and service providers market for more than fifteen years, we are confident in delivering high-performance carrier-grade connectivity and communications solutions to enterprises of all sizes.”
The company’s focus on SD-WAN is driven by its key enterprise customers in the professional services, financial services, hospitality and manufacturing industries. Its early customers include a leading global luxury hotel and resort operator.
By interconnecting with Epsilon’s global network fabric, SD-WAN customers can also deploy high-performance direct connections between branch locations and cloud service providers (CSPs) like Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud and other major CSPs.