BSO Buys Apsara, Gets PE Funding

The deal will help BSO expand its low-latency network offerings in the key financial centers of New York and Chicago.

Michael Ourabah, BSO

Apsara operates a New Jersey route connecting Nasdaq, NYSE and Bats, and is building a microwave path from Digital Realty’s datacenter facility at 350 East Cermak Road in Chicago to CME Group’s datacenter in Aurora, Illinois, which the vendor expects to complete later this year.

“The acquisition of Apsara Networks enables us to offer unrivalled low-latency access, network resiliency and enhanced managed services to clients across established and emerging markets,” says BSO founder and CEO

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