IPC selects Hibernia Atlantic’s Global Financial Network for data networking

OCTOBER 20, 2009 -- Transatlantic bandwidth provider says it has been selected by IPC Systems, a provider of communications services to financial services firms, to help create the foundation for its Next Generation Data Network Solutions in North America and Europe.

OCTOBER 20, 2009 -- Transatlantic bandwidth provider says it has been selected by IPC Systems, a provider of communications services to financial services firms, to help create the foundation for its Next Generation Data Network Solutions in North America and Europe.

IPC will use Hibernia’s Global Financial Network (GFN), which is designed to provide ultra low latency network connectivity between global banks and financial exchanges through a single connection, over its diverse and secure global communications network. The network is built upon 24,000 km of fiber-optic cable and offers customers access to metropolitan markets and financial exchanges in North America, the United Kingdom, and across Europe.

“IPC is committed to delivering new network capabilities such as Electronic Connection Services, to link market participants to exchanges,” commented Jeff Britell, director, carrier services, Americas, IPC. “We partnered with Hibernia Atlantic to provide our services because their groundbreaking network topology delivers the low latency, resiliency, and rapid turn-up time required for our customers to maintain a competitive edge.”

“IPC has not only been a customer, but a partner with 10 points of presence on our network throughout North America and Europe,” added Joe Hilt, vice president, Americas, Hibernia Atlantic.

Currently Hibernia Atlantic’s GFN provides customers with a guaranteed five-day turn-up from signature to service, or one month free.

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