BT announced that it has linked datacenters that host the IT infrastructure of significant clusters of the foreign exchange (FX) trading community in the UK, the US, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong.
Radianz FX Express promises low-latency and cost-effective connectivity, giving traders access to market data in these five FX markets.
The service is the upgraded version of BT Radianz, which is designed to offer high-speed and high-performance delivery of market data and trading applications.
Hubertus von Roenne, vice president, global industry practices at BT, said in a statement: “We’ve created managed BT Radianz FX Express routes to boost the competitiveness of our financial services customers. With dedicated links within and between the world’s five biggest FX trading locations, BT can help FX firms lower costs while creating opportunities for international growth.”
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