Indonesian network operator TransIndonesia Network has selected Epsilon to provide interconnectivity solutions out of Singapore across Asia, Europe & the Americas.
With this agreement, Epsilon is providing a virtual point-of-presence (ePoP) and cross connect services in Singapore, giving TransIndonesia Network efficient access to service provider networks in Asia, Europe & the Americas. Epsilon is already pre-connected with 500+ network operators globally and this agreement extends its growing presence in the domestic market of Indonesia.
“Indonesia is one of the fastest developing economies on the planet and has the potential to become a regional telecoms and technology hub for Asia,” says Andreas Hipp, CEO at Epsilon Telecommunications. “When we see the combination of an ambitious operator and strong economic growth, we know we can help to spur on telecoms development.”
TransIndonesia Network own and operate long haul telecommunications infrastructure in Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. TransIndonesia Network also provide inter-city and inner-city connectivity with POPs in 68 cities across the islands of Java and Sumatera. The 6000km optical network connects 68 cities in Java & Sumatra and reaches a population of approximately 200 million people.
Andy Mclean, CEO of TransIndonesia Network, says: “This agreement improves strategic access to the world’s telecoms markets for our customers. It also gives operators in other parts of the world access to one of the world’s fastest growing telecoms markets.”