euNetworks expands low-latency European finance network

SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 -- euNetworks Group Limited (SGX: H23.SI) this week has announced a pair of low-latency routes optimized for connectivity into multilateral trading facilities (MTFs) and key data centers. The low-latency network routes connect Slough and London and London and Frankfurt.

Sep 2nd, 2010

SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 -- euNetworks Group Limited (SGX: H23.SI) this week has announced a pair of low-latency routes optimized for connectivity into multilateral trading facilities (MTFs) and key data centers. The low-latency network routes connect Slough and London and London and Frankfurt. The new routes mark the completion of the second phase in the development of euNetworks’ network dedicated to the financial services community that supports the service provider’s euTrade service portfolio.

eNetworks says it has decreased latency via a combination of optimizing fiber routes, avoiding unnecessary carrier points of presence (PoPs), and deploying what it called the “latest generation optical transmission equipment.” As an example of the result, the network services provider asserts that it has reduced the latency on the Slough-to-London route by more than 20% and is now providing sub-500 microsecond round trip connections between Slough and sites in the City of London.

euNetworks says its euTrade service portfolio contains tailored offerings with on-demand connectivity between all major stock exchanges and clearing houses across Europe. Services within this portfolio range from dedicated fiber to wavelengths and Ethernet-based services.

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