One of the biggest providers of cloud hosting and connectivity services in the industry, Beeks Financial Cloud, has become the latest partner of U.S. based financial technology firm Seabury FXone.
The deal will enable clients of the liquidity management solutions provider which is a subsidiary of Seabury to gain low latency access to Equinix’s New York (NY4) and Tokyo (TY3) data centers. The latency between TY3 and NY4 has been reduced to about 140 ms from just above 200 ms.
All of the clients of Seabury FXone will also be grated access to the cloud offerings that Beeks Financial Cloud is delivering in the above mentioned data centers.
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Commenting on the announcement, the Chief Technology Officer of Seabury FXone, Michael Bundy said: “Beeks Financial Cloud has a deep understanding of the Japanese market that we can leverage for our customer base, and they are a proven leader in the field.”
Beeks Financial Cloud has been actively expanding in recent years after broadening its services from BeeksFX into a broader financial cloud services business.
The CEO of Beeks, Gordon McArthur, said: “This partnership is a solid step in the right direction to further expand our global footprint. Seabury FXone provides a strong validation of our institutional focus this year, and we’re pleased to connect our customers with FXone’s software and liquidity.”
Beeks Financial Cloud has been continuing its global expansion efforts in recent years after recently partnering with Dubai-based prop shop Audacity Capital. With locations already live in Chicago, Frankfurt, London, Tokyo and New York, the company is on its way to add another data center location in the coming weeks.