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TMX Atrium boosts London-Moscow latency

15 January 2013  |  967 views  |  0 Source: TMX Atrium

TMX Atrium, provider of smarter infrastructure solutions for the financial community, today announced a new development of its London to Moscow via Stockholm connectivity path.

The enhanced London, Amsterdam, Stockholm path offers upgraded ultra-low latency connectivity for customers trading across multiple locations.

In August 2012, TMX Atrium announced market-leading connectivity from Moscow to Stockholm. Since then, there has been an increasing adoption of the connectivity path. TMX Atrium has now refined their existing link between London, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Moscow to meet growing demands across these locations.

The new link reduces latency down to ultra-low levels and provides fast access from the heart of London (INX) into the heart of Moscow (M1) at less than 40ms (milliseconds).

Combined with the new path between Moscow and Frankfurt, announced on 14th January 2013, TMX Atrium now offers clients diverse low latency access into Moscow. This offers clients arbitrage opportunities in the cash equity, derivatives and FX space amongst key liquidity points across the London, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Russian markets.

Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium said, "This latest refinement is part of our on-going commitment to enabling multi-asset and multi-region trading for our growing customer base. Clients on the London/Amsterdam/Stockholm/Moscow path now benefit from new low latency connectivity. Offering a new latency of less than 40ms positions TMX Atrium as one of the fastest connectivity providers into and out of the Moscow markets."

Carjat added, "We are delighted to be able to call upon our Russian markets expertise once more as we build our latest Moscow expansion route. Through further investment and development, we will continue to increase our Moscow customer base to offer ultra-low latency, high-performance, fully diverse trading paths into and out of key financial centres such as Moscow M1." 

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