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IPC IQMAX and IPC Unigy Back end

IPC IQMAX and IPC Unigy Back end

IPC IQMAX and IPC Unigy Back end


Does any one has any success and or Issues with the new IPC IQMAX and their new unigy Backend.??  
We Are currently looking at IPC,  We have requested references from IPC and they are a bit slow to response.

RE: IPC IQMAX and IPC Unigy Back end

My guess is that the reason they may be slow in responding is because there is not yet a large enough pool of customers who have deployed Unigy with their legacy turrets.

You might find the source of an informed and objective opinion would come from an industry specialist consultant who has/is evaluating a mixed solution of Unigy with IQ/Max turrets.

I suggest you contact Greg Collins at JP Reis. They are probably the most current on deployment scenarios and progress for Unigy/IQMax.


RE: IPC IQMAX and IPC Unigy Back end

Happy to have a discussion if it will help. Greg Collins. greg.collins@jpreis.com

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