IP Access International Aligns with 3D-P to Provide Complete Mining Communications Solutions

San Juan Capistrano, CA (PressExposure) September 03, 2008 -- IP Access International (IPA), a global commercial satellite service provider of voice, video and data connectivity solutions, today announced the partnership with 3D-P, a leading mining technology company, specializing in cutting edge mining communications and wireless data services to the global mining industry.

The partnership between IPA and 3D-P will provide the critical communications infrastructure for mine sites worldwide. 3D-P's Intelligent Endpoint OHI technology and wireless data services are ideal counterparts to IPA's satellite and multi-tier communications infrastructure.

"Mission critical communications are imperative for every type of operational infrastructure, but for safety reasons mining deployments require cutting edge technologies and reliable service, both of which IP Access International and 3D-P built solid reputations upon," stated IPA President & CEO, Bryan Hill. "This partnership aligns two great companies and further solidifies the quality, service and solutions available to the mining industry," Hill concluded.

IP Access International has worked with numerous mining companies providing network and communications solutions including data connectivity, video, VoIP and satellite internet solutions designed specifically to meet the environmental landscapes and safety standards of mine sites. Partnering with 3D-P provides the added value of bringing connectivity to every device in the pit, enhancing service offerings available to mining operations worldwide.

"We strive to provide our customers with robust data communications for all their wireless networking needs," stated Al Lehman, President of 3D-P. "IPA is known for fast, reliable and secure satellite communications and was the clear choice for a solid partnership," Lehman concluded.

3D-P provides customers the confidence and ability to maintain business operations, safely and securely, through the use of intelligent end point solutions and wireless data networks. The proven OHI intelligent endpoint technology has been deployed at over 40 mines around the world.

IPA is a leading service provider of fixed and mobile satellite services, first responder and emergency satellite communications ideal for full time, back-up or occasional use solutions. Many municipalities and organizations worldwide rely on the superior satellite technology and level of service for which IPA is renowned.

About 3D-P 3D-P is a leading provider of mining technology solutions specializing in intelligent endpoints, in-pit wireless data networks, machine control integration, and solar power solutions. 3D-P engineering services are capable of full scale software and hardware development for specialized custom needs. Founded in 1996, 3D-P is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona with services provided to mining companies worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.3d-p.com.

About IP Access International IP Access International is a global business satellite internet, voice, video and data connectivity provider delivering fixed and mobile satellite solutions to businesses around the world. IP Access International offers high performance, end-to-end networking for voice, video and data services around the world. With advanced satellite communications on land and sea via a sophisticated infrastructure of linked satellites and land networks, IP Access International provides businesses with multi-network communications all through a single source provider. IP Access International's global headquarters are located in San Juan Capistrano, California, U.S.A. For more information, visit http://www.ipinternational.net or call 866-510-7889.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 26, 2008 at 7:32 am
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