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BT Announces Launch of One Voice Radianz Solution for Financial Firms

March 12, 2014

BT (News - Alert), one of the world's premier providers of communications services and solutions, recently introduced its new service coined as One Voice Radianz.


The new solution will unify voice, mobile, and data services and offer them to members of the BT Radianz Cloud.

The BT Radianz Cloud is the world's largest secure networked community for the financial services industry.

In a press statement, Tom Regent, president, global banking and financial markets, BT, said, "Today's announcement is the first in a series of planned enhancements to the BT Radianz Cloud that we'll be making over the coming months. It underlines our commitment to continue to lead the way in innovating in financial services technology and networking for the benefit of our customers."

Officials said that this is first solution from BT which is made available to Radianz Cloud community members, including leading banks, brokers, exchanges and clearing firms.  

One Voice Radianz is adaptable and can work alongside current technology. Owing to this feature, Radianz Cloud community members will be able to move from traditional voice technology and bring together voice and data using Voice over IP at their own pace.

Currently available in 13 countries, One Voice Radianz will remove the need for financial markets firms to have a separate network connection for their unified communication services at sites connected to Radianz Cloud.

Bill Fearnley Jr., senior analyst at Celent, said, "In increasingly globalized financial markets, staying connected is critical to remaining competitive. Market participants around the world need a communication infrastructure that helps them make faster and more informed decisions. With integrated voice and data solutions such as BT One Voice Radianz, financial firms can leverage the combination of services for faster deployments and savings on international voice and data services."




Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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