Data centre provider Interxion has announced a partnership with euNetworks, which operates a European fibre optic network which should eventually reduce latency across Europe.
The substance of the partnership includes integrated access to
European exchanges for high frequency traders via co-location
and proximity hosting at Interxion hubs in the Netherlands,
France, Germany, Ireland and the UK, and use of the euTrade
solution. Brady Rafuse, chief executive of euNetworks, said:
"Turnkey co-location provides low latency access to European
liquidity venues for broker-dealers, proprietary trading firms,
hedge funds, exchanges and financial service
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