New deal connects Indonesian businesses to global internet exchanges 

New deal connects Indonesian businesses to global internet exchanges 

Moratelindo, one of the largest telecommunications infrastructure and network providers in Indonesia, has chosen Epsilon Telecommunications, a global interconnectivity provider to connect customers to a global ecosystem of internet exchanges (IXs) via a service it calls Remote Peering.

This deal, the partners say, enables Moratelindo’s enterprise customers, carriers and service providers to extend their network reach and improve content and application performance in the US, Europe, Hong Kong, Japan and rest of the world, without the need for additional infrastructure investment and physical presence in-country.

Epsilon’s Remote Peering solution is available via network as a service (NaaS) platform Infiny, providing Moratelindo and its customers with on-demand access to internet exchange points such as Any2Exchange in the US, AMS-IX in Europe, HK-IX in Hong Kong and JP-IX in Japan.

Epsilon has established a 100G network-to-network interface (NNI) with Moratelindo, further enabling its customers to access a broader network via Epsilon’s backbone infrastructure. This also eliminates the need for costly international private leased circuit (IPLC) connections.

The partnership is enhancing Moratelindo’s Network Interconnect and Content Autonomous (MoNICA) neutral internet exchange, which can now provide connectivity to a wider pool of international IXs for domestic and international telecommunications operators, internet service providers, and content and games providers.

Leveraging Epsilon’s Infiny platform, which offers access to 140+ on-ramp locations and 18+ IX partners, Moratelindo can seamlessly integrate additional IX partners into MoNICA via a single interconnection port. This, says Epsilon, enables customers to easily extend their reach into new markets and rapidly scale bandwidth according to demand.

As well as Remote Peering, Infiny provides on-demand provisioning of key services including Data Centre Interconnection (DCI), Cloud Connect and Global Inbound Numbers.

Epsilon says its MEF-certified network extends across more than 300 data centres globally and is powered by software-defined networking (SDN) technology. MEF is a global industry association of network, cloud and technology providers.

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