American cloud computing company Connectria have signed an agreement with Epsilon, a global communications service provider to deliver on-demand cloud connectivity for their customers through the latter’s platform called Infiny. Connectria says that with this deal, their customers will have on-demand access to a large variety of connectivity solutions and network enabling services through Infiny’s web portals.
Epsilon’s Infiny is an on-demand connectivity platform poised to bring the high speed of cloud to networking. With this agreement, Connectria says that they will be able to connect their customers directly to other regional and global data centers including their public cloud service partners like AWS.
From a business standpoint, Connectria says that this move was made with an objective to leverage on the scale Epsilon provides. Acknowledging Epsilon’s expertise, Rich Waidmann, President, and CEO of Connectria said:
Connectria supports our customers’ ability to manage and grow their businesses in today’s distributed work environment. Epsilon’s leadership in the communication services industry, the global reach of its network and the understanding of what it takes to be successful in the highly competitive cloud market make it the ideal partner for Connectria and our customers.
Connectria’s deal with Epsilon signals a strong competitive force with a different offering for managed service providers. It will be interesting to see how Connectria takes this initiative forward and make the most out of this deal.