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August 25, 2009

Deutsche Borse Selects IBM Messaging Technology

To deliver efficiency, speed and throughput across all asset classes

By CBR Staff Writer

Deutsche Borse Group has selected WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging, a high speed messaging technology from IBM to become part of its all new technology infrastructure. It has been reported that the new infrastructure would meet the needs of each of its marketplaces Eurex, ISE and Xetra.

The International Securities Exchange (ISE) in New York will be the first market to migrate its options exchange to the new common infrastructure; rollout will be in late 2010. IBM has claimed that WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging would help Deutsche Borse Group stay ahead of its demand, speed, capacity and stability requirements.

Michael Kuhn, CIO of Deutsche Borse AG, said: Our key objective is to deliver a leading-edge, accurate and reliable transaction backbone, building on our track record of innovation as a first-mover in electronic markets. Deutsche Borse is committed to augmenting its IT capacity with best-in-class partners.

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