InterGlobe Communications Announces the Addition of 3Mbps Ethermax™ to Their Line of High Speed Internet Services

New York, NY, February 25, 2010 --( InterGlobe Communications has announced the addition of 3 Mbps to its Ethermax™ family of products. Ethermax™ has been a staple of InterGlobe’s product line since 2006, when it was available only at 10 Mbps. Since that time, it has grown to include 5, 15, and 20 Mbps versions before adding 3Mbps. Ethermax™ features high speed connectivity over copper to the Public Switched Telephone Network and the Internet.

Ethermax™ can be used in single or multi-site applications, with or without Internet access. InterGlobe touts its Quality of Service feature which makes multi-site Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications appear like a single site to the user. Data throughput remains fast and secure. Ethermax™ is delivered from the local phone company by way of multiple copper pairs to ensure built-in redundancy.

3 Mbps Ethermax™ is priced to compete with T1 service, despite the fact that it provides twice the bandwidth and built-in redundancy. Additional savings can be realized through the Ethermax™ hardware. At this end of the marketplace, and with its aggressive pricing, InterGlobe expects 3 Mbps Ethermax™ to quickly become one of its best selling products.

About InterGlobe Communications

InterGlobe Communications is headquartered in New York City. InterGlobe is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier and has been in business since 1992, providing a wide range of telecommunications products and services to its thousands of clients. In recent months it has introduced a flag ship system, The IPMAX™, and has announced other additions to the Ethermax™ product line.

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Interglobe Communications
Eugene Birman
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