Banks are trying to split responsibility for their operating environments with the major cloud providers. Regulators are having none of it.
Moving to the public cloud is not as simple as flipping a switch. Anthony Malakian speaks with early public cloud adopters to find out some of the lessons they’ve learned along the way.
Vendor embarks on new strategy with Graystone Asset Management as its first client on the platform.
Paul Bari’s career has taken him across oceans and continents, but his true north has always been a fascination with mathematics. Now, he’s tackling not only the future of one of Northern Europe’s largest banks, but its employees, too
The new network and local PoP will provide trading firms in the UK and US with low-latency access to data and trading services at the JSE.
Data and technology, once firmly separate, are increasingly becoming the same function, both in the industry and in the pages of Waters.
Ryusuke Yokoyama sits down with Wei-Shen Wong to discuss his three-decade career at the TSE and JPX, how the exchange is looking to help the industry improve its settlement cycles and how the company is experimenting with blockchain and AI technologies…
The growth of fintech hubs, and a populace comfortable with digital banking and mobile technology, could signal a new era for African market technology.
The networks that carry market data and trade orders are on the verge of a paradigm shift that will place more control over provisioning and configuring network services into the hands of financial clients.
The integration enables VMware's clients to tap into its services on Amazon's cloud using a private connection at multiple global locations.
The network will provide the crypto exchange with access to institutional clients and co-location services.
London bourse's trading delay was the first such disruption in years.
The Australian Securities Exchange outlines key considerations for firms weighing up their choice of co-location facility.
The new PoP in Warsaw's Altman datacenter will allow clients to co-locate in the same facility as the Warsaw Stock Exchange and local market participants.
The release of professional-grade services by the largest digital currency exchange demonstrates a breathless pace of growth that may be masking wider issues with the nascent asset class, traders suggest.
Waters looks at major projects being rolled out in 2018 at exchanges in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Upgrading ASX’s backup datacenter facility will cost the exchange up to A$25 million ($19.8 million) in capital expenditure.
Expanding the managed hosting service to key market centers in the New York and Chicago metro areas will help firms gain access to data and trading on "hundreds" of platforms without having to buy proprietary infrastructure.
Seth Thomson, CIO of DRW, talks to Waters about his career, innovation and how the firm has expanded into new asset classes, including cryptocurrencies.
JPX will build the new datacenter further away from its main site to avoid potential disruption to both locations simultaneously.
Fluent has signed a deal with the Moscow Exchange to deliver a turnkey solution to its institutional FX marketplace.
Officials say the location and design of the datacenter, located on a former NATO campus, enables clients to make significant savings on hosting costs, compared to traditional facilities in financial market centers.
Officials say the move will significantly reduce latency within CME's Aurora datacenter.
UK-based buy- and sell-side clients can now access Nasdaq’s US data products directly from the exchange through the Equinix LD4 datacenter.