Thomson Reuters has expanded its hosting platform with a global initiative to provide high performance liquidity discovery and execution support. In collaboration with Savvis, Thomson Reuters will launch a series of resilient, scalable, performance-tuned data centres including New York, Chicago, London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, and Singapore. The global network will offer customers access to low latency market data, analytics and data management platform, together with the ability to have their infrastructure, low latency data feeds and applications hosted and managed within these centres.
The Thomson Reuters Enterprise solution suite will be accessible in each data centre, with high performance direct market connectivity to worldwide execution venues, real time market data, and post trade capabilities. This will enable customers to plug their trading applications into a single architecture designed to bring market participants closer to strategic points of liquidity. In addition, customers will benefit from lower total cost of ownership, streamlined deployment and improved time to market with a single point of access to global trading venues.
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