Avelacom Debuts South Africa Network, PoP for JSE Access

The new network and local PoP will provide trading firms in the UK and US with low-latency access to data and trading services at the JSE.


Russian low-latency network provider Avelacom has opened a new point of presence in Johannesburg, South Africa as traders from outside the region seek exposure to markets with greater volatility.

The new PoP will enable banks, high-frequency traders and hedge funds trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange to access data from—and submit orders to—JSE with roundtrip latency of 155.8 milliseconds between JSE and datacenter operator Equinix’s LD4 facility in Slough, outside London, and to apply

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