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Marex Spectron launches low latency Hong Kong-London link

22 June 2012  |  2099 views  |  0 Source: Marex Spectron

Marex Spectron has launched an ultra-low latency link between Hong Kong and London with average latency of 178 milliseconds.

This ultra-low latency link, which is fully backed-up with an alternate path via Singapore, is automatically available to all Marex Spectron clients connecting electronically in Hong Kong, for trading with Marex Spectron globally.

Marex Spectron is undergoing a major programme of upgrading and enhancing its technology platforms globally. Recent initiatives have included the establishment of a dedicated co-location solution in Dubai to coincide with Marex Spectron becoming clearing members of the Dubai Mercantile Exchange. In London, we have also recently enhanced our connectivity to the LME's data center with co-located servers. These initiatives will ensure that our professional trading clients and FCMs are able to benefit from best in class technology within a fully resilient architecture.

Commenting on today's announcement, Steve Sparke, Chief Operating Officer of Marex Spectron, said: 'Marex Spectron is investing in technology to enable us to offer our clients not just the fastest and most resilient technology infrastructure, but access to a complete technology solution. Our objective is to provide our clients with a powerful environment for accessing liquidity globally, together with a range of products and services to support their trading decisions.' 

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