1025 Old Country Road, the home of 1025Connect, has announced that Epsilon has selected this location for the company’s new North American headquarters. The facility’s unique location and carrier hotel classification provides Epsilon the ideal location to expand its localized executive and support team in North America while offering access to its colocation and interconnection capabilities.
In addition to its corporate office suites, 1025 Old Country Road delivers direct access to multiple submarine cable systems connecting North America, Europe and Latin America, as well as the ability to bypass Manhattan fiber routes for greater network redundancy and diversity. Located in Westbury, New York, and home to 1025Connect the easternmost peering point in the New York metro area, enabling easier access and delivery of content distributed to the Continental Edge.
“Expanding Epsilon’s operations in North America provides us the opportunity to establish a broader presence within the most mature cloud market in the world,” explains Paul Verhoeven, general manager, Americas, Epsilon. “1025 Old Country Road was an obvious choice for our regional headquarters, as it provides direct access to both the New York metro market as well as global interconnectivity via multiple subsea cable termination points.”
Epsilon has been expanding its services in the U.S. to satisfy demand for cloud-centric networking throughout the region. By establishing its headquarters in New York, Epsilon will have an enhanced ability to serve North American customers with access to regional and global markets while simultaneously building its channel relationships.
“We are excited to welcome Epsilon into 1025 Old Country Road and look forward to helping grow its U.S. operations with access to our superior connectivity,” says Jeff Wasserman, Chairman of 1025 Old Country Road. “By establishing its headquarters at 1025 Old Country Road, Epsilon now has the added ability to deliver its cloud-centric networking solutions to a greater number of U.S.-based customers.”