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BSO extends low latency to Moscow and Dubai

04 September 2012  |  1576 views  |  0 Source: BSO Network Solutions

BSO Network Solutions, the specialist low latency provider for global solutions and infrastructure, has grown its global network with the addition of a number of new routes, including market leading latencies and services to Moscow and Dubai.

BSO Network Solutions' London to Moscow data service now offers the lowest latency route in the market with a 40ms round trip delay (RTD). The provider's London to Dubai data service has a market leading latency of sub 125ms RTD.
This network expansion is in response to demand from financial and professional services companies hoping to take advantage of new opportunities in these emerging markets. A key driver in the financial services sector in particular is the move to T+3 settlements in the Russian securities markets later this year.

BSO Network Solutions has engineered its network solutions to provide customers with competitive advantage and a value position to and from the emerging markets.

The addition of the Moscow and Dubai routes is the latest phase of an extensive investment programme that BSO Network Solutions has undertaken to grow and improve its network. In the last 12 months, it has added a new route to Madrid and improved the speed and service between London, Milan, Zurich, Singapore and Stockholm.

"The continued investment in our global network and our business practices ensures we remain the leader in global network services provision," explained Fraser Bell, managing director of BSO Network Solutions. "Moscow and Dubai are key global emerging markets that require particular telecoms skills and expertise. We have these skills and expertise coupled with data centre and network connectivity to produce value adding services to our customers."

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