Cloud computing provider NewCloud Networks
has selected telecommunications company Epsilon to provide colocation services. NewCloud Networks, which has headquarters in Englewood, Colorado, United States, was established in 1988. The company’s cloud services are available across the United States, and it has built a reputation for excellent customer service. It has more than 2,000 “valued small and mid-sized customers” to which it offers cloud and hybrid cloud solutions, virtual servers, dedicated servers, and public and private cloud solutions. Epsilon will provide NewCloud Networks with “hyper-connected and scalable colocation solutions”.
Epsilon, which has headquarters in Singapore and data centers in Hong Kong, London and New York, was established in 2003. The company specializes in “cloud-centric” networking and data connectivity. Its services extend to colocation, PaaS, XaaS, SaaS, and cloud services. Epsilon’s “carrier grade connectivity services” are available across a “hyper-scalable global backbone” with network capabilities that “combine on demand infrastructure, automation, web-based portals and APIs”.
Epsilon’s services will support NewCloud Networks' suite of services which includes Backup-as-Service (BaaS), Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) and cloud solutions. NewCloud Networks will also be able to access Epsilon's ‘Global Interconnect Fabric’ which offers interconnectability to over 220 data centers globally.
"We pride ourselves on offering an exceptional Quality of Service for our enterprise customers. We only select the best Data Centre and Colocation facilities to build the foundation for our Cloud hubs," suggested NewCloud Networks’ CEO and founder Sam V. Kumar. "Epsilon has given us the ability to efficiently grow our presence inNew Yorkwith direct access to local, regional and global connectivity. That is a real competitive advantage for our business in the Cloud era."
"BaaS, DRaaS and public, private and hybrid Cloud are some of the fastest growing enterprise solutions in the world,” added Epsilon’s CEO Jerzy Szlosarek. “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." Do you know of any other companies winning new customers? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.