Toronto Joins NYSE Technologies Liquidity Center Network

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Eventually, NYSE Technologies, the technology and services arm of NYSE Euronext, wants its group of datacenters—which it calls its Liquidity Center Network—to extend into every major trading center on the globe. It already has a presence in seven cities with several more planned for the next two years, according to officials.

The latest Liquidity Center deployment is in Toronto, where NYSE Technologies opened two centers in December—one in the Q9 data center at 100 Wellington Street that hosts a

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