NYSE Technologies, the data and technology arm of NYSE Euronext, is rolling out its managed services infrastructure in the new co-location facility of the Japan Exchange Group (JPX) -- formed by the merger of the Tokyo and Osaka stock exchanges -- to provide trading and data services to buy-side firms while offering sell-side firms access to infrastructure hosting, client on-boarding, testing and data replay services.
In addition, NYSE's offering includes on-demand network devices and servers, as well as all existing services available through its SFTI (Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure) network, and will be available when JPX opens the new datacenter in May.
This expands on NYSE's existing Tokyo Liquidity Center, which the exchange opened in 2011 to provide access to local markets via SFTI and its Capital Markets Community Platform (IMD, Dec. 19, 2011).
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