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October 22, 2010

BT to expand ultra-low latency capabilities into continental Europe

Access to market data, exchanges and multilateral trading facilities

By CBR Staff Writer

BT has announced its plans for the expansion of ultra-low latency connectivity into continental Europe.

The UK based communications provider said Radianz Ultra will provide market participants in Paris and London with sub-millisecond access to market data and execution services, exchanges and Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTFs) in both of these major financial centres.

The Radianz Ultra is targeted specifically at helping firms benefit from the new low-latency technology without them having to manage the complexity.

BT head of global banking for Global Banking and Financial Markets Marc Carletti said the expansion of BT Radianz Ultra into a fourth financial centre is evidence of its commitment to being a provider of ultra-low latency access to markets around the world.

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