Interxion Holding NV, (NYSE: INXN), a leading European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services, today announced that it will provide its customers with direct, redundant access to the trading systems of Deutsche Börse Group.
Connections are available at Interxion's Frankfurt data centre campus, through any of the following interfaces: VALUES API (Virtual Access Link Using Exchange Services Application Programming Interface) standardised open interface, Enhanced Broadcast Solution, Enhanced Trading Solution, Enhanced Confirmation Solution and the new FIX-Interfaces that will be available shortly.
The Deutsche Börse multi-member access point at Interxion will enable connected members to benefit from a reduction of complexity within their own infrastructure, as Interxion is responsible for access management. At the same time the members can stay one step ahead of the competition by using the very latest interfaces.
The new offering further strengthens Interxion's financial markets ecosystem. Interxion's data centres provide cost-effective, low-latency connectivity to Europe's leading liquidity venues. Interxion houses an extensive community of exchanges, Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTFs), trading firms, brokers and leading market data, technology and connectivity vendors. Direct cross-connects within Interxion data centres allow customers to reduce the latency, cost and complexity of connecting with their counterparties while giving them the flexibility to change trading strategies quickly and efficiently when required.
"This multi-member-access solution is an efficient, inexpensive and advanced service that connects to Deutsche Börse Group's trading systems that give our customers a clear competitive edge," commented Peter Knapp, Managing Director, Interxion Germany.