ASPone, the Financial IT solutions specialist, announces an upgrade to its Moscow infrastructure as it continues to expand its network services in Russia and the CIS.
Following the successful roll out of its MPLS (Multi-protocol label switching) voice and data network throughout the Asia Pac region, ASPone is continuing to invest heavily in Russia and the CIS. Over the coming months, it will be extending its hybrid platform to accommodate both traditional TDM services and next generation IP services.
"The continued growth in the newer fast growing financial centres such as Moscow, underpins ASPone's long term strategy to support our customers business growth by providing faster lower cost of entry for the financial community." Says ASPone's Managing Director, Patrick McGrath.
ASPone is already a leading provider of international voice and data network services in the region and has unparalleled local knowledge and a proven track record in implementation, support and service migration.
ASPone is the only international voice and data specialist to have its own local office, infrastructure and data centre. It also offers a local 24/7 bilingual Russian/English speaking helpdesk which provides local first-line support with additional service centres in London and Singapore.
ASPone has a growing local onNET community, including the leading inter-dealer brokers as well as a number of major International and Russian domestic banks, all of whom are now connected into ASPone's diverse global network.
"We look forward to working with our customers to accelerate growth in these exciting and dynamic new markets" says Patrick McGrath.