ITG expands Interxion relationship in London

Source: Interxion

Interxion (NYSE: INXN), a leading European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services, today announced that ITG (NYSE: ITG), an agency brokerage and financial markets technology firm, has expanded its hosting relationship with Interxion by adding a new London based data centre.

With an Interxion footprint already in Stockholm, ITG chose the London facility due to both the central City location and access points to leading trading venues. Rob Boardman, CEO of ITG Europe, said: "We are committed to continued investment in technology where performance benefits can be passed to our clients. Whether you're looking for sophisticated automated tools, the highest quality dark block liquidity, or personalised high-touch trading, you can rely on our continuous history of innovation to improve your performance while reducing costs."

Interxion hosts a range of access points to leading exchanges, including NYSE Euronext, NYSE Liffe, NASDAQ OMX, London Metal Exchange, Bolsa de Madrid, BATS, Chi-X Europe, Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Australian Securities Exchanges (ASX) as well as the matching engines of Equiduct, Quote MTF, Burgundy and the Nordic Derivatives Exchanges. In addition, Interxion offers access to Deutsche Börse Group's trading systems through a shared market access solution.

Douglas Loewe, Director, Financial Services, Interxion added, "We are delighted to announce that ITG Europe has expanded its existing relationship with Interxion to deploy and deliver trading solutions from Interxion's London data centre. Furthermore, hosting another regulated trading venue, ITG's Posit MTF European dark pool, within our walls, further strengthens our financial community and reflects our position as a leading supplier of data centre services to the capital markets industry." 

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