Exclusive: Leverate Opens New Server Farm at Equinix London Facility

$500,000 investment will ready company for growing trading volume of expanding customer base

Leverate, a technology provider specializing in brokerage solutions for the financial services industry, has expanded its private servers to adequately accommodate its growing client base and trading volume, the company announced in an exclusive statement to Finance Magnates.

According to the statement, to the new private servers are located in the Equinix Data Center in London and allow Leverate to supply its “customers with nearly zero downtime, reduced latency, increased execution speed, and extremely fast, constantly available feed.”

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“Today, Leverate manages the best private cloud available for the trading world. We are at the highest possible level, both from a technological standpoint and with regards to international certifications and standards,” Leverate’s Senior Production Engineer Alon Gamliel told Finance Magnates.

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Special needs of trading world

According to Leverate, its new system was planned “in cooperation with DELL consultants and designers, and with comprehensive testing by VMware Israel specialists and TEAM integrators, to ensure survivability, availability and high performance.”

Shlomi Azoulay - Ciso & IT Manager of Leverate
Shlomi Azoulay – Ciso & IT Manager of Leverate

The company stressed that it paid special attention to specific needs of the trading world, namely low latency and high availability. The Equinix farm can tolerate a scenario of 3 physical servers with local failed drive without shutting down and will extend Leverate’s server capabilities by a factor of 10.

“We at Leverate always aim to be at the forefront in terms of performance, stability, and security, and we are positive that this new technology will provide our clients with the best environment possible,” Shlomi Azoulay, CISO and IT Manager at Leverate, added.

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