Epsilon Receives Innovation Award
Capacity Magazine have recognised Epsilon’s strive towards a truly intelligent network as a service (iNaaS) London
Epsilon, a privately owned global communications service provider has been recognised by Capacity Magazine’s Global Carrier Awards in Amsterdam. The a wards, celebrating vision and excellence in global wholesale telecoms, took place in the modern Okura Hotel running along Amsterdam’s famous canals. The awards were taking place in conjunction with Capacity Europe – the flagship carrier meeting bringing together the European and global telecoms market.
Epsilon received the judges’ award for innovation pertaining to their iNaaS offering in front of a record 340 industry attendees. In presenting the award to Epsilon the panel emphasised the importance that the ceremony showcase the companies that had demon strated the greatest innovation and drive over the last 12 months to deliver successful services and products to the global marketplace.
Epsilon has developed the Epsilon Intelligent Network Exchange (eINX) to extend the capabilities of its traditional business with its Global Network Exchange. eINX adds a new dimension to this tried and trusted platform by providing the service – aware – voice, video and data – transit layer.
The ability to offer end – to – end QoS and visibility into network, session, system, key performance indicators and service level agreement statistics allows for a truly intelligent network as a service (iNaaS)
“Epsilon’s eINX is a fantastic example of innovation in the wholesale telecoms market, identifying a real need and opportunity with in the field of IPX. The platform was singled out by all the judges and it is a real credit to the Epsilon team” says Paul Collinson, Publisher at Capacity Media.
“We are very proud to win this award and see the interest in the wholesale marketplace for a truly intelligent network. We believe eINX is the answer to deliver Intelligent Network as a Service (iNaas) features to our service provider customers” says Andreas Hipp, CEO at Epsilon.