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Hibernia Atlantic, the only diverse transatlantic high bandwidth connectivity provider, announces today that it has further reduced latency across key financial routes on its Global Financial Network (GFN). These ultra low latency routes offer distinct competitive advantages to high frequency traders and financial firms that conduct thousands of trades per minute to maximize results. Major GFN financial routes such as from New Jersey to Toronto are now marked by speeds as fast as 9.5 millisecond round trip delay.  Hibernia Atlantic also further improved latency on routes in and around the New Jersey metro area to ultimately connect to long-haul networks reaching Chicago, Toronto, London and Frankfurt.

In its first Elektron release since last September, Thomson Reuters has unveiled a low-latency data feed offering for the increasingly fragmented Japanese market. The new Elektron feed will provide access to real-time market data from the growing number of Japanese execution venues and platforms, including the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Arrowhead, SBI Japannext, Chi-X Japan,, the Osaka Securities Exchange/Jasdaq and TDX+ Options.

Atrium Network, provider of smarter connectivity for the financial community, announced today that it will offer low latency access to the NASDAQ OMX Nordic derivatives market. Connectivity is provided using Atrium Network’s existing infrastructure at the heart of NASDAQ OMX’s production and data centre facilities in Stockholm.

Singapore Exchange (SGX) IPC Systems’ addition of a data connection to the Singapore Exchange (SGX) brings its Asian footprint to 13 venues across 10 countries. The company continues to expand aggressively beyond the Big Four Asian financial centres of Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo, and in 2010 established trading and data connections to Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand.

Spread Networks, a privately owned telecommunications provider, today announced it will connect Spread Networks Low Latency Metropolitan Dark Fiber Network to Equinix’s New York (NY4) International Business Exchange (IBX) data center in Secaucus, NJ.

Correlix Inc., the operator of the industry leading RaceTeam service for monitoring, measuring and analyzing order and market data flows in real-time, today announced that NYSE Euronext, a leading global operator of multi-asset financial markets, is joining the Correlix RaceTeam latency measurement service.

IPC Systems, a provider of trading communications solutions to the world’s top financial services firms and global enterprises, has further expanded its Asia‐Pacific financial markets network infrastructure with reliable, high speed connectivity to the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

The Algo Group is extending its unique ultra-low latency market access infrastructure directly to London’s trading community via a new London wide fibre network leased from Scottish and Southern Energy Telecommunications (SSET).

Orange Business Services - Trading Solutions, the leader in voice and electronic trading infrastructure and services for the trading communities, announced today that Tradition NA, one of the world’s leading global interdealer brokers, has chosen TCSnet as their primary client connectivity network. TCSnet is Orange Business Services - Trading Solutions’ dedicated financial extranet which delivers mission-critical real-time trading applications to Tradition’s Wall Street clients.