IPC launches trader voice services in Japan
09 May 2007 | 735 views | 0
IPC, the leading provider of mission critical communications solutions to global enterprises, today announced service availability of local and domestic trader voice services in Japan.
These new services enable Tokyo-based IPC customers to implement resilient digital delivery for trading floor communications. IPC is a leading provider of mission-critical communications solutions to global enterprises, serving financial services institutions in more than 40 countries.
Upon completion of the On-Net digital presence to customer locations in Japan and throughout the region, IPC will be able to offer reduced installation times both domestically and internationally and to introduce advanced Business Continuity Planning/Disaster Recovery options which were previously unavailable.
As part of IPC's continued focus on exceptional service performance all digital services are proactively monitored 24x7x365 by IPC Global Solutions Operations Centers (GSOC). Additionally, IPC customers can access a secure web-based portal that allows them to view circuit inventory, performance metrics and all IPC On-Net locations to ease the administration associated with circuit management.
"IPC is privileged to have excellent business partners in Tokyo and is continuing to invest in products and services that help enhance our customers' competitive position in the global financial sector," said Stephen Phillips, Managing Director of Global Sales. "Our recent launch of digital voice services in Tokyo will streamline the implementation of new domestic and international trader connectivity and will help attract new financial partners to this dynamic market."
The launch of domestic services in Tokyo is further evidence of IPC's continued growth in Asia Pacific. In the last year alone, IPC opened its ninth office in the region and now serves more than 500 major clients in 18 cities throughout Asia, including Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup. IPC also now has more Asia-Pacific network locations (POPS, or Points-of-Presence) than any other provider - 21 in total.