BSO, a global pioneering infrastructure and connectivity provider, has announced newly-upgraded direct connectivity routes between Frankfurt and Istanbul, Frankfurt and Moscow and Frankfurt and Hong Kong. The new routes help to solidify BSO as a leading low-latency provider and will allow customers trading on the Borse Frankfurt-Borse Istanbul, Borse Frankfurt-MOEX, Borse Frankfurt-HKEX to trade significantly faster than they could with other providers.
Commenting on the upgraded route Tony Jones, Head of Low Latency Services, said: “As demand for trading increased between Frankfurt, MOEX, Boerse Istanbul and HKEX, low latency has never been more important for traders. The upgrade of these Frankfurt routes will ensure that hungry market makers continue to have unrivalled access to some of the most popular exchanges in the world”.
Michael Ourabah, CEO of BSO also comments: “This is a significant moment for BSO as we strengthen our position in EMEA’s vibrant economies. Our presence in these exchanges reinforces our continued commitment to providing the trading community with continuous and stable access to some of the most profitable and attractive markets as they look to stay one step ahead of the competition”.
The new routes are now live and are providing low-latency connectivity to banks, specifically heads of trading and market infrastructure chiefs as well as derivatives brokers and electronic market makers.
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