London-based vendor provides connectivity to ALC through its Horizon network.
Software-as-a-service provider FFastFill has added connectivity to the Australian Securities Exchange's new data and co-location hub, the Australian Liquidity Centre (ALC).
Access to ALC will be provided via FFastFill's cloud-based Horizon trading network for the derivatives market.
"Expanding the Horizon cloud to ALC is key to servicing the existing customer base within the region as well as attracting new business," says Ian Kessell, FFastFill's Asia Pacific managing director. "For users of the highly-sophisticated FFastFill SpreadIntelligence spreading technology, local access such as this provides users with a distinct advantage as all intelligent order logic is managed as close as physically possible to the exchange matching engines."
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