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Equiduct taps Atrium Network for London data centre migration

06 April 2011  |  2373 views  |  0 Source: Atrium Network

Atrium Network, provider of smarter connectivity for the financial community, announced today that it has successfully supported the migration of Equiduct, the electronic pan-European trading platform and its clients, to Equiduct's new data centre in Interxion, City of London.

Atrium Network's fast, robust and secure technology enables seamless connectivity between brokers, exchanges, clearing houses, settlements depositories and market vendors globally. Equiduct is connected to the Atrium Network community via two of its POPs (points of presence) ensuring the firm benefits from geographical and diverse range of access to Atrium Network and the global trading community. The migration of Equiduct's trading platform is one of a number of data centre migrations facilitated by Atrium Network.

Commenting on the success of the Equiduct migration, Emmanuel Carjat, Chief Executive Officer at Atrium Network, said, "We are delighted to have helped support the migration of Equiduct to its new data centre facility and to continue to provide connectivity for our clients into Equiduct. Our approach to providing low latency connectivity allows customers to connect once and benefit from resilient, secure and flexible access to the global financial community; if a venue changes location we easily support the migration so Atrium Network connected clients are not impacted. At a time when many exchanges are considering their data centre requirements, migrations seem set to continue and we look forward to helping other partners with future migrations."

Peter Randall, Chief Executive Officer at Equiduct added, "By using Atrium Network we have reduced connectivity costs, expanded our global reach and benefited from their migrations experience. Moving to a new data centre is a highly complex relocation and working closely with Atrium Network ensured the move was successfully completed with minimal disruption to our mutual client base."

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