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IPC and Nexusguard Team Up to Offer World-Class DDoS Defense with Localized Support to PH Enterprises

Partnership aims to protect Phillipine businesses from most costly form of cybercrime attacks, pairing Nexusguard's industry-leading technology along with IPC's recognized high-tech security services for online gaming sector to provide world-class anti-DD

SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- IPC® (IP Converge Data Services, Inc.) today announced a partnership with Nexusguard, an industry-leading anti-DDoS services provider.  The partnership will see IPC providing frontline services to enterprise customers, helping them properly set up best-practice DDoS defense mechanisms and develop mitigation strategies. Nexusguard will use its experience in mitigating DDoS attacks around the world to provide exceptional tech support and more advanced services.

"IPC is a respected technology brand in the Philippines, and it is an honor to partner with such an established organization. This partnership is not only important for our regional efforts, but will serve as a template of success for Nexusguard's global initiatives," said Bill Barry, VP of Sales and Marketing at Nexusguard. "It will also set a standard for ISPs in providing future integrated, holistic solutions for DDoS protection."

With Nexusguard providing its highly customizable cloud-based anti-DDoS technologies and IPC helping local businesses with its excellent localization services, enterprises in the Philippines can now easily obtain industry-leading protection from DDoS attacks.

IPC President Rene Huergas said, "The partnership is part of our commitment to provide our customers with more cost-effective options, to secure their data and networks."

About Nexusguard
Nexusguard is an industry-leading Internet security service provider, proven by years of experience mitigating thousands of attacks per month. Established in 2008, Nexusguard continues to provide innovative end-to-end, cloud-based Internet security solutions. By protecting clients against the ever-increasing and evolving multitude of Internet threats, Nexusguard's cloud-based security solutions empower clients around the globe with uninterrupted services. For more information, please visit www.nexusguard.com.

About IPC®
IPC® (IP Converge Data Services, Inc.) is an Internet data center, telecommunications and cloud services company, providing local and regional enterprises with managed data services and business solutions at international standards. Certified with ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems and ISO 27001:2005 Information Security Management Systems, the foundation of IPC's business is customer satisfaction, ensured through high-quality on-time service delivery, best practices, and a personalized, "boutique" approach to clients. IPC is a wholly owned subsidiary of ePLDT, Inc.

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Marketing Manager, Nexusguard
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Ivy Wu
Marketing & PR Executive, Nexusguard
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Mika Calixterio
Marketing Officer, IPC
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