Liffe will offer a co-location facility to members while
simultaneously increasing its bandwidth by 50-times the current
level. It is also installing an emergency stop
button on 12 November along with the installation of
Connect version 10, in a copy-cat move to Eurex, which
announced similar intentions earlier this month. But, the
exchanges aim to lower latency by expanding bandwidth to
100 megabytes has led some members to clash over the
Liffe will offer the ability to connect to either dedicated
financial or equity products in three ways. Traders will have
access via two decompressed 100 MB lines through ASP providers
or be able to have the newly expanded connectivity lines
installed as well as a co-location service put in place.
The exchange, which follows Eurex, Intercontinental Exchange
and CME Group in offering co-location, sent a notice, obtained
by FO Week
, to members on 13 September detailing the
proposed changes. Members have the option to continue with
their current connection links.
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