Fimat, the brokerage arm of the Paris-based Société Générale, is slated to use BT Radianz's Proximity Solution in Asia to provide low-latency, direct market access (DMA) to derivatives exchanges in Korea, Singapore and Japan. The Proximity Solution allows securities firms to reduce latency when accessing markets in remote locations. The service supports traditional screen-based trading, and enables clients to host their own servers nearer to their trading markets. By using

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