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Hibernia Atlantic’s GFN now connects to Toronto and Montreal Stock Exchanges

Connectivity provider Hibernia Atlantic announced today that its low latency Global Financial Network (GFN) wi...


September 29, 2010  


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Connectivity provider Hibernia Atlantic announced today that its low latency Global Financial Network (GFN) will now directly connect to the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange and the Montreal Exchange, all located in the TMX primary data centre.

 

The network expansion offers secure, direct connections from the TSX into key financial cities throughout Canada, the U.S. and Europe, including the New Jersey metro area, such as Carteret, Weehawken, Secaucus and Newark, as well as Chicago, Slough, 11 Hanbury, and Telehouse in London and Frankfurt. 

 

Hibernia GFN’s low latency capacity can link from Canada directly into the UK and Europe, bypassing New York City and the U.S. entirely.  This is a boon for financial companies that require fast and reliable capacity for automated trading, the company says.

 

Hibernia installed 24,000 kilometres of fiber optic cable in the network, which is specially engineered for the financial sector.