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Can High Frequency Colo Support Many Players?

As NYSE Euronext pushes deeper into data center services, industry-watchers are gauging the impact on the low-latency colocation market in Northern New Jersey. Colocation providers say the NYSE will bring further segmentation to a fast-growing market, and predict that traders will continue to seek require colocation partners beyond the NYSE. Read More

NYSE Euronext's Future: The Data Center

NYSE Euronext has already pre-sold more than 20,000 square feet of colocation space in its new data center in northern New Jersey, reflecting strong interest in the exchange’s expansion into the data center services arena. Read More

NYSE Euronext’s Future: The Data Center

NYSE Euronext has already pre-sold more than 20,000 square feet of colocation space in its new data center in northern New Jersey, reflecting strong interest in the exchange’s expansion into the data center services arena. Read More

Visa Opens Large East Coast Data Center

Visa Inc has opened a large new data center in the eastern United States, which the company called a “key milestone” in strengthening the disaster recovery capabilities for a global credit card operation that processes $4.3 trillion in transactions each year. Read More

Equinix Plugs Into Even Lower Latency

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Lexent Metro Connect has completed an “ultra low latency” dark fiber connection between two Equinix data centers in Secaucus, New Jersey and major carrier hotels in Manhattan, providing even faster connections for Equinix’ growing high-speed trading ecosystem. Read More

SEC Scrutinizing Proximity Colo Business

The Securities & Exchange Commission wants to learn more about colocation services providing low-latency access to financial exchanges for high-frequency trading, commissioner Mary Schapiro said this week. The agency says it will seek public comment about whether colo deals offering close proximity to exchanges provide an unfair advantage to traders.… Read More

Options IT Expands 'Trading as a Service'

The infrastructure as a service (IaaS) model is catching on in the world of high-speed financial trading, according to Options IT, which this week acquired the colocation business of BNP Paribas to expand its customer base and data center footprint. Read More

Options IT Expands ‘Trading as a Service’

The infrastructure as a service (IaaS) model is catching on in the world of high-speed financial trading, according to Options IT, which this week acquired the colocation business of BNP Paribas to expand its customer base and data center footprint. Read More

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