FXecosystem unveils Cable 2.0 for transatlantic low-latency foreign exchange trading

Dec. 9, 2010
DECEMBER 9 2010 -- FXecosystem, a trading infrastructure provider targeting the foreign exchange (FX) market, has launched a new transatlantic communications service called Cable 2.0.The new service offers “a number” of diverse transatlantic link options designed to improve client transactions via reduced latency, risk, and cost. Cable 2.0 is fully integrated with FXecosystem’s specialized FX Meet Me Room, the company says.

DECEMBER 9 2010 -- FXecosystem, a trading infrastructure provider targeting the foreign exchange (FX) market, has launched a new transatlantic communications service called Cable 2.0.The new service offers “a number” of diverse transatlantic link options designed to improve client transactions via reduced latency, risk, and cost. Cable 2.0 is fully integrated with FXecosystem’s specialized FX Meet Me Room, the company says.

FXecosystem says Cable 2.0 provides users with greater bandwidth and consistent, quantifiable round trip delay (RTD) over a fiber switched network (with a third diverse route coming soon). With current SLA times of 66.35 msec on the primary route and 68.24 msec on the diverse secondary route, no bandwidth restraints, and no delta on RTD times, price engines and algorithmic strategies can be fine tuned to gain competitive advantage, the company asserts.

“Our customers have the choice of selecting the most appropriate connectivity for their individual trading needs -- be that speed, bandwidth, cost, risk, or efficiency. Our long and deep understanding of the FX market structure allows us to tailor solutions that bring real competitive advantage, not just an easy alternative,” said Jon Vollemaere co-founder of FXecosystem.

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