ACY Capital (ACY), an Australian FX broker and education provider, has integrated its service suite with Alibaba’s newly launched data centre in Indonesia. The move is aimed at enhancing the ASIC-regulated firm’s cloud-based trading engine, as well helping to grow its retail client and institutional clients base within Indonesia.
Alibaba recently revealed that its cloud computing arm, Alibaba Cloud, has begun operations at its first Indonesia-based data center.
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The new Asian data center offers ACY Capital a full suite of services, providing the flexibility to build their entire IT infrastructure for business on Alibaba Cloud or run mission-critical and core applications on it.
In addition, the center will provide a local choice for Indonesian traders by offering reliable and cost-effective cloud products and services, allowing ACY Capital’s clients to develop better cloud-based algorithmic trading within local data server.
“The increase number of Indonesia traders has been in ACY’s focus for the last 12 months, and we are pleased to announce the new development of trading infrastructure within Indonesia, the additional service and technology ACY provide will remain free of charge, that also by saying all our spreads will be remain as low as 0.8pip for EUR and commission free,” ACY Capital’s Director Jimmy Ye said.