euNetworks extends low latency route in Europe
17 December 2012 | Kavit Majithia
euNetworks has extended its new low latency route to connect Basildon in the UK to Frankfurt, Germany, through its dedicated finance network.
The company claims it is delivering one of the shortest routes in the market, providing direct exchange-to-exchange connectivity linking Basildon to Frankfurt. It has a one way latency route of less than 4.15 milliseconds.
David Selby, VP of product and strategy at euNetworks, claims Basildon is now a critical trading location with growing importance to the financial community.
“This new addition to our network was a natural next step in the development of our eTrade service portfolio and we are excited to launch this leading route to our existing and new customers,” he said.
“Our clients continue to have access to a European wide ultra-low latency networking solution and importantly, one that we continue to develop and optimise to support their growing and changing bandwidth needs.”
euNetworks operates across all the major capital markets in Europe, including Frankfurt, Stockholm, Zurich and Milan.