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Perseus Telecom signs CI Casa de Bolsa to New York-Mexico City low latency network

07 January 2013  |  1284 views  |  0 Source: Perseus Telecom

Perseus Telecom, a leading global provider of connectivity, today announced that it has signed CI Casa de Bolsa to its ultra-low latency network between the New York and Mexico City markets.

The launch of this partnership represents a landmark development as the fastest trading route between the two marketplaces and creates new opportunities for trading firms across the globe.

CI Casa de Bolsa, a leading Mexico City-based brokerage house, has a global client base seeking liquidity in the Mexican marketplace. With US-listed stocks displayed in Mexico, CI Casa de Bolsa has chosen Perseus Telecom for its high-speed, ultra low-latency network connection from New York to Mexico City for the fastest execution capabilities possible for foreign investors.

"We are very happy with our decision to use Perseus Telecom. Their network is built for performance and customer satisfaction without the overbearing costs that low-latency technology can sometimes bring to our bottom line," states Mauricio Suarez, Head of International Sales at CI Casa de Bolsa. "The beneficiaries of lower costs and lower latency are our clients and serving them stands as CI Casa de Bolsa's primary objective."

Dr. Jock Percy, CEO of Perseus Telecom, explains, "We are quite pleased to have a reputable firm like CI Casa de Bolsa join the Perseus Telecom global network. As Perseus Telecom looks to bring more value to investment communities at different corners of the globe, markets like Latin America, led by Brazil and Mexico, are important to us and our customers. CI Casa de Bolsa coming on-net is a testament to our commitment to these markets." 

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