Tenfore Systems has added the National Stock Exchange of India and the Bombay Stock Exchange to its real-time data feed. This marks the first step in a major strategic project to enhance its Asian content and globalise its market data offering. As part of this initial phase, the company has also extended its contract with BT Radianz to provide exchange connectivity across all of Asia-Pacific and is utilising Radianz Proximity Solution to launch a new ticker plant in Tokyo. Tenfore has installed its ticker plant in BT Radianz’s Tokyo data centre, providing local firms with direct access to low latency Asian content as well as Tenfore’s existing international content. By utilising connectivity from BT Radianz, Tenfore now plans to add data from Tokyo Stock Exchange, Singapore Stock Exchange and Bursa Malaysia and launch a further ticker plant in Hong Kong by the end of the first quarter of 2007. Both ticker plants will be integrated into Tenfore’s global infrastructure, which includes plants in New York, London and Frankfurt.
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