IPC Relaunches, Focuses on Data Services

IPC's new focus reflects that data services account for 25 percent of the vendor's revenues.


The rebranding follows IPC's $1.2 billion purchase by Centerbridge, a New York-based multi-strategy private investment firm focused on leveraged buyouts and distressed securities, from US private equity firm Silver Lake Partners in December 2014.

"The name of the company is still IPC, but we are launching a completely new visual identity and making it clearer what we are doing for clients. We want to make sure everyone understands where we are going as an organization, as we are a different

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