A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The new datasets mark a milestone in the company's multi-year strategy to allow investors greater access to small and medium enterprise companies.
The vendor is growing its millimeter wave services after its 2018 acquisition of Apsara Networks.
Private network limitations and variable internet connectivity have challenged operational resiliency and business continuity plans.
The company is using machine learning and natural-language processing technology to enhance its Tamale and Geneva platforms.
The exchange group is launching a separate technology arm for capital markets focused on blockchain, cloud and artificial intelligence.
The new features are designed around feedback from clients and will be available from next month.
BSO will deliver direct private connectivity to the AWS cloud through its global datacenters and co-location environments.
Copenhagen-headquartered bank appoints former Sberbank managing director for top role.
The Blockchain network will capture and aggregate oil inventory data and distribute it to clients and the local regulator.
United Arab Emirates-based banks take on the challenge of a robust Know Your Customer utility.
Data entering the ecosystem will be normalized, ensuring services are distributed throughout QuantHouse’s ecosystem community.
The switch is being made in an effort to attract foreign investors, according to a Reuters report.
McKay's new PoP in Marseille will provide a stepping stone for connectivity from Europe to markets experiencing increased demand in the Middle East.
Diyar United to provide local support and delivery for OpenLink's cloud solutions.
The vendor is making its platform more efficient and expanding emerging markets coverage
The service will provide more in-depth news on companies and economic issues within the MENA region, officials say.
Thomson Reuters will upgrade Zawya clients to Eikon terminals.
FusionBanking Essence Islamic includes pre-configured Shari'ah compliant products.
SmartStream opened its first office in the region in Dubai in 2008.
Egyptian-based investment bank adds SunGard's market making and trade execution tools.
New regional appointments include two hires from Thomson Reuters
Mizuho, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Riyad Capital──the investment arm of Saudi Arabia's Riyad Bank──and Dubai-based trading firms Tharwa Capital and Al Mal Capital have rolled out Dubai-based data vendor DirectFN's Decypha browser-based market…