Visionet Data Internasional has selected Epsilon to deliver its Direct Cloud Connect solution to drive enterprise cloud adoption in Indonesia.
The agreement is centred around offering customers on-demand access to cloud service providers (CSPs) through “scalable, private and secure” cloud connectivity.
Headquartered in Tangerang, Banten, Visionet operates as a managed service provider (MSP) with expertise across cloud, data centre and security.
“We see exponential growth in digital services in Indonesia, and cloud demand is growing alongside e-commerce, fintech and digital content,” said Miko Yanuar, CTO and CSMO of Visionet. “We see an opportunity to seamlessly add cloud connectivity to expand our service offering and enable our customers to optimise how they connect to a variety of CSPs.
“Epsilon’s Direct Cloud Connect solution supports our vision for secure and high-performance cloud services and gives our customers a networking model that matches the cloud era.”
Direct Cloud Connect is offered using Epsilon’s MEF-certified Ethernet service delivered in granular bandwidth ranging from 2Mbps up to 100Gbps.
The solution is delivered via Epsilon’s software-defined networking (SDN) platform - Infiny by Epsilon - which enables VisioNet to connect to multiple CSPs in the region and across the globe.
As a result, the MSP can also now connect enterprise customers to Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, in addition to an expanding number of CSP options.
“Indonesia has one of the most exciting cloud markets in South East Asia and has shown tremendous growth over the last five years,” added Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO of Epsilon. “Our work with VisioNet will simplify and accelerate how Indonesia enterprises connect to the cloud and enable them to deploy hybrid cloud strategies easily.”
Szlosarek said Epsilon’s global next-generation packet optical private network infrastructure "bypasses" the public internet to create private connections to CSPs.
According to Szlosarek, this enables the delivery of "faster speed and lower latency" connections with "greater scalability and reliability".
Consequently, this will allow VisioNet to "accelerate delivery" of its cloud managed services and cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) solutions for enterprise customers in Indonesia.
“As the market in Indonesia continues to grow, we will be adding new CSPs, Internet exchanges and points of presence to our global interconnect fabric, enabling our managed service provider partners to expand their reach and serve more of their customers’ needs,” Szlosarek said.
Furthermore, Szlosarek said Infiny enables users to "rapidly provision" a suite of on-demand connectivity services via a web-based portal, APIs and mobile apps.
VisioNet can use the SDN platform to access an interconnected mesh of over 200 data centres and directly connect to a growing ecosystem of CSPs and IXs on Epsilon’s Global Interconnect Fabric.