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Custom Connect Delivers Transatlantic Low-Latency Connectivity to Leading European Financial Trader

Custom Connect, a global integrator of high-performance network solutions, today announced that one of Europe’s leading financial traders selected Custom Connect’s transatlantic connectivity solution. It concerns a dedicated 10G network route between New York City and Equinix in Slough. The connection will guarantee ultra-low latency fiber connectivity on a key route for the trading market.

Custom Connect offered a tailored solution that:

  • Is optimized for Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTFs) and key datacenters;
  • Is part of a contractual agreement that guarantees ultra-low latency between two trading locations based on the shortest path available between the United States and Europe;
  • Offers 24×7 support; and
  • Included dedicated project management.

“We pride ourselves on being able to offer customers the best-in-class latency, quality, reliability, flexibility, cost effectiveness and responsiveness that is required to succeed”, commented Olav van Doorn, Executive Director of Custom Connect, “This project showcases the commitment and trust we have with our customers.”

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