euNetworks adds London to Stockholm route to finance network

DECEMBER 16, 2010 -- euNetworks Group Ltd. (SGX: H23.SI) has launched a new ultra low latency route from London to Stockholm as part of an expansion of its low-latency network offerings to the financial services community. The new route provides one of the shortest routes in the market, euNetworks asserts.

DECEMBER 16, 2010 -- euNetworks Group Ltd. (SGX: H23.SI) has launched a new ultra low latency route from London to Stockholm as part of an expansion of its low-latency network offerings to the financial services community. The new route provides one of the shortest routes in the market, euNetworks asserts.

euNetworks says it has reduced the previous leading latency on the London to Stockholm route by 12%. This new straight point-to-point route offers a round trip time of 22.4 msec, the communications services company claims.

The new route joins links from Slough to London and London to Frankfurt, within the euNetworks’ euTrade service portfolio. The service provider says it has signed more than 22 new contracts for services within the portfolio.

The euTrade service portfolio is designed to provide tailored services featuring on-demand connectivity between all major stock exchanges and clearing houses across Europe. These low-latency network services range from dedicated fiber to wavelengths and Ethernet-based services.

“Our continued investment in this network development programme is underpinned by the growing requirements our clients have in the European market,” said Brady Rafuse, Chief Executive Officer at euNetworks. “We continue to work closely with our clients, with further route optimisation and metro developments planned for 2011.”

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