By working with BT, Turquoise will be able to offer its users fast, direct access to the trading platform and the option to co-locate their trading engines with BT to achieve near-zero trading latency.
In order to ensure resiliency, Turquoise will be hosted in two of BT’s datacenters in the London area. The datacenters will be connected by BT’s low-latency technology, enabling synchronous data transfer.
Members of Turquoise will be able to access the trading facility via a choice of connectivity options including the Radianz Shared Market Infrastructure, a secure platform that offers access to over 10,500 financial services sites worldwide.
“This was a straightforward decision for us. It is vital that we deliver on our aim of providing a platform capable of providing high throughputs with very low latency over a trusted network that will have the capacity to allow our users to co-locate. The BT solution offers us a home for our platform that has capacity, speed and trust,” says Yann L’Huillier, CTO for Turquoise.
“This decision allows Turquoise to focus on their core business while relying on BT to provide a flexible, reliable and scalable infrastructure,” says Chuck Pol, head of BT Global Financial Services.
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