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Patsystems upgrades Tokyo hosted facility

26 August 2009  |  1663 views  |  0 Source: Patsystems

Patsystems is pleased to announce that it has upgraded to a new, state of the art Application Service Provider (ASP) solution in Tokyo.

This low latency facility, which will be used to support Patsystems' customer base in Japan, offers the full benefits of the Patsystems trading solution without the requirement for clients to invest in a technology infrastructure or associated support resources.

The enhanced solution offers internet line resiliency, resilient firewalls, networks and servers. The facility contains a link to Patsystems' London data centre to support XLink connections to and from Japan. Patsystems unique XLink network enables Patsystems' customers to leverage one another's exchange memberships.

The ASP solution will also offer customized back office reporting and post-trade services. Clients can utilize these reporting services to meet Japanese regulatory reporting requirements.

Clients who use the ASP solution will be supported by Patsystems' Tokyo-based operations centre and 24-hour global support desk.

Duncan Symmons, Patsystems Tokyo, said: "Our ASP solution is ideal for clients who want global, low-latency market access with customizable trading and back-office reporting solutions, but do not want to support their own infrastructure. The enhanced hosted facility is designed primarily to support our customer base in Japan, but will also benefit our clients in the Americas and Europe who use Patsystems' XLink network for connectivity into Japanese exchanges."

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