Published On: Tue, Nov 29th, 2011

RTS Expands Global Hosting to Asia

RTS Realtime Systems Group, a leading global trading solutions provider, announced November 29 that the firm has just opened new data center hubs in Singapore and Mumbai to support low latency trading across asset classes on major exchanges throughout the Asia Pacific region.

The new hubs will serve as the RTS gateway from and into the APAC region and will be linked to the firm’s global network, which already provides proximity hosting and direct market access (DMA) to more than 65 exchanges globally. Clients in and outside of Asia use the RTS network for high-speed, low latency access to multiple asset classes in fully managed environments.

The RTS Global Network already includes hubs in Chicago, Frankfurt, London and New York. RTS clients can be co-located to dozens of exchanges across the globe while improving risk management and decreasing operational costs. Customers can choose connectivity to as many exchanges as desired, with the ability to evaluate and quickly trade new markets. RTS provides the flexibility to tailor solutions that cater to the each client’s trading needs.

Said Andy Woodhouse, RTS Managing Director, Asia Pacific: “The new data centers are another exciting milestone to support our continued growth in Asia. Customers are demanding more efficient access to both the mature and developing Asian markets as well as increased global connectivity. By using our hosting services, our customers continue to find new opportunities across markets and asset classes. “

Eric Neo, Sales Director for APAC, said: “Our goal is to lower the time to market for customers, facilitating their connections and enabling trading firms to concentrate on their core business. Our truly global offering allows firms to lower their operational risk and make more efficient use of their internal resources. Ultimately it empowers them to capture compelling opportunities by expanding more quickly into new markets.”

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