Network owner Interoute has been approved as a direct connectivity supplier to the pan-European multilateral trading facility, NASDAQ OMX Europe (NEURO).
Low latency connectivity is important for financial institutions connecting into NEURO, which trades approximately 1,200 securities, including constituents of the main European indices. Fast Trade is available in two hundred of Interoute’s points-of-presence (PoPs), including eight that are located within Equinix exchanges.
“With NEURO’s continually expanding participant base it is essential that we ensure our customers gain access to the platform in the most efficient way,” said Todd Golub, chief operating officer at NASDAQ OMX Europe. “Interoute’s Fast Trade service has been specifically designed to provide low latency guarantees for algorithmic trading and their established European network will effectively support our pan-European offering.”
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