Published On: Tue, Nov 30th, 2010

IPC Systems Expands Asia Financial Network with Connectivity to the Philippine Stock Exchange

IPC Systems, Inc., a leading provider of trading communications solutions to the world’s top financial services firms and global enterprises, has extended its worldwide financial markets network infrastructure to now include connectivity to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

IPC has expanded its Pan-Asian Network to now include connectivity to PSE, which is the next step in IPC’s sustained program of network enhancement and connectivity investments across the Asia Pacific region. This positions IPC’s Electronic Connectivity Services (ECS) as an ideal network infrastructure platform for traders who require a secure, rapid solution for their Asia Pacific trading activities.

Connecting to PSE will provide IPC’s 4,000 on-net market participants access to this fast growing market.

By offering connectivity to PSE, foreign market players may also benefit from the current 28 percent growth year to date of foreign trading activity in the Philippine stock market by receiving up-to-date PSE market data.

“The Asia Pacific region continues to show strong growth, and we’re seeing increasing levels of demand for connectivity to emerging Asian markets such as the Philippines from our community of on-net market participants,” said Mark Curran, vice president, Network Services Asia Pacific, IPC Systems. “With our ECS solution, we can provide our trading customers with a reliable connection to PSE and offer a secure communications platform for intra-region trading across other key Asian markets.”

IPC’s global financial network connects the world’s major financial centers and is exclusively focused on providing market participants with the secure connectivity they require to support the trade lifecycle. Specifically engineered for electronic trading applications, the IPC portfolio of ECS solutions allows organizations to benefit from dedicated bandwidth and scalable and flexible connectivity capabilities to support their evolving electronic trading requirements.

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