NYSE Technologies, the data and technology arm of NYSE Euronext, has installed co-located infrastructure at the Singapore Exchange's co-location center, allowing trading firms in the facility to access trading and data on markets operated by NYSE in Europe -- as well as other exchanges across Asia-Pacific, including the Tokyo and Osaka stock exchanges in Japan, with connectivity to Hong Kong planned for the first quarter of 2013 and other market centers to follow based on client demand -- via its SFTI (Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure) network. NYSE Tech initially connected SFTI to SGX earlier this year to allow clients worldwide to access the exchange.
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