Pali placed the order after a successful beta test among its traders of MAXaccess, IPCâs cutting-edge solution that translates the essential functionality of a traderâs turret onto any desktop with a PC, broadband access and telephone. MAXaccess deploys from any location, providing immediate access to customer and market information.
In addition to providing access to liquidity, MAXaccess offers a cost-effective business continuity solution, protecting against unforeseen disruptions or unexpected outages that could prevent regular turret access.
âFrom the very start of the beta testing, it was apparent that MAXaccess was an excellent complement to the desktop turret,â said Naresh Singh, chief information officer at Pali Capital. âIt is clear that IPC understands how to make traders more productive. This new offering enables our traders to interact with our clients, accessing all critical turret functionality, including automatic ringdown circuits as if they were at their desks. No other product on the market provides the flexibility to competitively access the market regardless of location, time zones, or access to the office.â
As part of IPCâs commitment to developing innovative VoIP solutions for the most-demanding trading environments, the Alliance MX 15.2âs new capabilities allow customers to implement completely resilient networks and ensure true âend-to-endâ resiliency for IP trading floor telephony. The IQ/MAX also features dual network ports for redundancy, and the Alliance software has been upgraded.
âIPC has continually led the financial services industry in developing the next-generation of trading technology, and the Alliance MX 15.2 upgrade is the latest example,â said Michael Speranza, IPC vice president of product management. âThe innovations offered by the upgrade and the availability of MAXaccess provide traders with additional flexibility, security and protection against various types of service disruptions or remote needs, resulting in enhanced access to markets and increased productivity.â