HostSG Connects Asia’s SMEs Globally with Epsilon
Singapore’s leading hosting company has extended its network reach for its 35,000 customers using Epsilon’s ePoP solution
Epsilon, a privately owned global communications service provider, has established a virtual point of presence (PoP) in Singapore for HostSG, the largest web hosting company in the country. The virtual PoP (ePoP) gives HostSG’s 35,000 customers access to 500+ network operators and allows them to connect to 170 countries worldwide.
As HostSG’s local and regional SME customers grow, they have immediate access to high-quality connectivity and low-latency networks. With the addition of Epsilon’s ePoP solution, HostSG becomes a single source for the managed hosting and connectivity needs of its customers. HostSG serves media, entertainment, healthcare, education, government and other business sectors.
Regional Director, Carrier Business APAC at Epsilon
In addition to the ePoP solution, Epsilon provides HostSG with colocation facilities in Singapore as well as fibre connectivity between Equinix and NTP data centres in the country. HostSG is also expanding its presence in the London, UK with support from Epsilon.
CEO at HostSG
HostSG is Singapore’s largest hosting company with 35,000 customers spanning Fortune 500 companies through to SMEs and Web 2.0 Start-ups. It is a recognized leader in the Singapore managed hosting market and delivers enterprise-level managed services to businesses around the world. Customers small and large rely on HostSG to provide secure, reliable and value-rich hosting services for their web operations.
Unlike most hosting providers in Singapore that depend on a single or double network connection from top-tier providers, HostSG provides six top-tier provider physical networks creating one of the best multi-homed networks in Singapore and Asia. HostSG is also a member of SGIX Network. Through its premium network infrastructure we are able to achieve superior network connections in and out ofAsia.Founded in 1997, it was the first in Singapore to commercially support server clustering for shared hosting in 2006.