Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation

IP Exchange overcomes the technology and commercial complexities of joining together different telecommunications networks.

It’s a service that enables voice, data and video traffic, carried over a variety of communications networks, to be easily ‘translated’ from one to the other.

Using BT’s global IP data network spanning 180 countries, IP Exchange provides the connectivity, voice quality, security and service level guarantees, that network operators from around the world demand.

BT’s was awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for its work on IPX – just one of many awards the company continues to win around the world for its pioneering endeavours.

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