BT has expanded its BT Unified Trading voice service into 12 new markets: Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Paris, San Francisco, Singapore, St. Louis, Sydney, Tokyo and Zurich.
BT Unified Trading, which was previously known as BT MarketPulse, taps into the BT Radianz cloud to deliver voice-over-IP (VoIP) to the trading rooms of alternative trading venues and investment managers, in addition to banks, brokers and exchanges.
Tabb Group CEO Larry Tabb says in order for traders to stay compliant while interacting over multiple communication channels, cloud-based services are effective in bringing these channels together.
BT Unified Trading, which includes voice-trading services, is already available in London and New York.
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