UAE telco du chooses Epsilon as its international connectivity partner

The partnership is aimed at simplifying how enterprises do business in the Middle East by connecting their network services in a simple, fast and efficient way.
(L-R) Jerzy Szlosarek,  Epsilon CEO, and Osman Sultan, CEO, du
(L-R) Jerzy Szlosarek, Epsilon CEO, and Osman Sultan, CEO, du

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UAE operator du has chosen Epsilon as its channel partner for sales and provision of international capacity below 10Gbps. The target is to achieve connectivity in a simple, fast and efficient way between du and datacentres in Europe and Asia.

“Customers are at heart of what we do and our partnership with Epsilon enables us to simplify how we connect customers and create new efficiencies in our business. Through this partnership, we intend to create a new benchmark in world-class services and to serve the evolving needs of our customers,” said Osman Sultan, CEO, du. “We look forward to continuing to develop our relationship with Epsilon and growing together locally, regionally and around the world,” he added.

“Partnering with du will enable us to offer our customers the simplest and most efficient way to connect their network services to the Middle East,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon.

In March 2016, du deployed the Infiny by Epsilon platform in its datamena data centre facilities.

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