Epsilon, a privately owned global connectivity and communications Service Provider, has partnered with BBIX, Inc., the Internet Exchange (IX) business arm of the SoftBank Group, to accelerate how service providers across the globe connect to peering points in Tokyo, Japan. Epsilon’s partners can remotely peer at critical subsea cable landings serving East Asia and the West Coast of the US.

Service Providers gain on-demand access to BBIX’s IX service in Tokyo via the Infiny by Epsilon on-demand connectivity platform. BBIX benefits from the growing ecosystem of new peering partners available at its Exchange, while Epsilon adds new global Internet Exchange Points (IXP) to its Infiny platform.

Epsilon’s Global Interconnect Fabric includes 600+ Service Providers and world-leading Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and IXs. Epsilon partners can use Infiny to remotely peer at IXs globally from a single platform. Infiny simplifies how its partners use peering to achieve high-quality content delivery and fulfil the demand for Cloud-based applications and services. 

BBIX provides high-quality IX services in Japan (8 PoPs), Hong Kong and Singapore. It provides direct peering for global telecom operators, Internet Service Providers, CSPs, data center operators and content providers at various locations including SoftBank’s Maruyama Cable Landing Station (CLS), one of the largest CLS in Asia. BBIX uses its unique geographic position that has made it an international subsea cable hub and supports the exchange of internet traffic between East Asia and the West Coast of the US.