Brazilian data vendor CMA’s Redes Digitais network division last week announced that it has upgraded its connectivity between clients of its proximity hosting services in New York and Brazilian exchange group BM&F Bovespa to more than 10 Megabits per second, as recommended by the exchange to support increases in market data rates and higher transaction frequencies anticipated on the exchange during 2011.
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