MarketPrizm Expands Its Managed Services To @Tokyo Premium Rack Colocation Area - Increased Options For Low-Latency Access To Japanese Markets And Cross-Connectivity To Key Global Markets Report (By Nationality And Investor Type)
Colt Group subsidiary MarketPrizm, a leading provider of market data and trading infrastructure services, today announced it has expanded its managed services into the Premium Rack Colocation area of the AT TOKYO Corporation (@Tokyo) data centre; the same facility where Access Point 3 (AP3) of the Japan Exchange Group (JPX) is located. With this expansion, cost-effective, low latency connectivity to all JPX trading environments will be available with MarketPrizm Managed Services. Furthermore, connectivity with cross-connects to PrizmNet, MarketPrizm’s global financial extranet connectivity service that was launched in 2015, will be provided enabling quick and flexible low latency connectivity to major markets around the world.
MarketPrizm has expanded its Managed Services capabilities and is in a postion to offer cross-connects to various exchanges via AP3. Furthermore, by leveraging the PrizmNet service, MarketPrizm can offer robust connectivity to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing, Singapore Exchange and Australian Securities Exchange as well as to other major exchanges and data centres globally.
“Local and international firms that require access to the Japanese markets and beyond are looking for a cost-effective and flexible colocation solution to support their trading strategies. MarketPrizm offers a complete service portfolio that includes managed hosting services, market data and ultra-low latency connectivity. This means firms can focus on their trading strategy without concern for the underlying infrastructure”, commented John Loveland, Director at MarketPrizm, a Colt Group company.
As part of MarketPrizm’s portfolio of Managed Services in Japan, the company offers colocation services at JPX as well as at SBI Japannext, Colt’s Japan Data Centres and Equinix TY3.Back to News