enepath Trading Systems’ Adaptive Media Platform (AMP) stands above the competition with its leading-edge design based on a fully-distributed architecture, delivery using VoIP over the enterprise and integrated recording with playback at the trading turret. The power of the AMP offers a secure, high availability and resilient platform enabling financial institutions to deploy the enepath “Plug & Trade” Eclipse Turret at any location…giving traders flexibility and mobility to trade anywhere in the world at any time.
Already installed across the United States, London, Brussels, France, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Singapore and Prague, financial institutions around the globe are realizing they now can build their enepath Trading System specific to their initial requirements and grow as necessary, one Turret at a time. And, with Market Communications’ expertise in designing and delivering new trading floor solutions and End-of-Life support of legacy systems, you can do it when your schedule and budget permit.
Eclipse (a full turret on a tablet) - robust, feature rich, thin, light and powerful. The most technologically advanced "Plug & Trade" VoIP turret with a user friendly GUI, intuitive navigation pane, and ultra-clear audio. Eclipse is completely mobile and provides for business continuity options better than any turret on the market today.
Eclipse With 12 Channel Speaker - including the same rich feature set, power and mobility of the Eclipse only, but with increased channel capacity and a gooseneck microphone enabling hands-free use. Features include group and all call buttons, volume controls, speaker channel labels, and push-to-talk and push-to-latch buttons.
enepath Eclipse 12 Channel Speaker - has incredible screen clarity and clean, crisp speaker and microphone audio. Added to the Eclipse, it gives traders increased channel capacity and improves productivity. Designed for the user the 12 Channel Speaker provides for swift and simple functionality with features such as hands-free operation, group and all call buttons, volume controls, speaker channel labels, and push-to-talk and push-to-latch buttons.