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IPC extends voice services to Hong Kong and Singapore

14 July 2009  |  1091 views  |  0 Source: IPC Systems

IPC Systems, a leading provider of indispensable trading communications solutions to the world's leading financial services firms and global enterprises, today announced service availability of its Internet Protocol (IP)-based Enterprise Voice Service (EVS) in Hong Kong and Singapore.

EVS enables uninterrupted delivery of trader voice services to a single or multiple trading floors and facilitates interoperability with existing services at trading counterparties.

IPC customers can implement resilient delivery options to a single site, or take advantage of simultaneous circuit presentation to multiple sites to satisfy business continuity planning and disaster recovery connectivity requirements. Delivered across IPC's intelligent global network, this service offering provides IP-based Automatic Ring Down (ARD), Open Wire / Hoot & Holler and Manual Ring Down (MRD) services that are engineered for superior quality, security and rapid availability. Additionally, IPC's ever growing on-net community comprising more than 3,500 locations can connect more rapidly to trading partners and take full advantage of the benefits of IP within their trading network.

IPC's new EVS service enhancements in Hong Kong and Singapore represents another step forward in IPC's commitment to deliver trader productivity and drive operational efficiencies throughout the Asia market.

"The introduction of EVS in Hong Kong and Singapore is the second phase of a broader deployment of our advanced technology solutions in the region," said Larry Ng, IPC Network Services sales vice president. "EVS extends the same level of protection we built across our backbone to the local access element of our services. IPC is dedicated to helping our customers throughout the Asia region achieve maximum business advantage by supplying and managing a suite of resilient and scalable communications that enable them to compete in today's local and international marketplace."

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