Avelacom, a provider of connectivity and infrastructure solutions to IT/telecom companies, has established a new point of presence (PoP) in DataSpace facilities to be in close proximity to Moscow Exchange (MoEx) while optimising its customers’ access to the exchange’s electronic systems.
DataSpace is Russia’s first Uptime Institute certified Tier III Gold data center, is recognised for its peerless level of security, reliability and operational excellence.
Leading multinational financial institutions and telecoms operating in Russia have chosen DataSpace`s mission critical facilities as their Moscow data center operator. It will begin serving as a primary data center facility for MoEx from November 2016.
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Until the end of October, Avelacom will assist its clients to seamlessly move their low latency infrastructure from current data centers to DataSpace. Avelacom has also optimised its metro area fiber network to shorten route distance from DataSpace to other company’s PoPs.
Aleksey Larichev, Managing Director of Avelacom, commented: “Avelacom has always had a significant presence in Moscow with over 9 PoPs in the biggest data centers. We understand the importance of DataSpace as a major hub for financial services vertical.”
“Our new PoP allows us to improve latency performance across Europe – Russia – Asia as well as to achieve the highest possible service availability of up to 99,99%. These are the top two factors that capital market players are looking for”.
The latest development from Avelacom comes shortly after the network operator announced a new point of presence in SGX Data Centre, leveraging its connectivity offerings across and beyond Asia.
Sergey Rasskazov, DataSpace President, added: “DataSpace is a home for IT-intensive enterprises, financial institutions, multinationals and global corporations. With Avelacom presence, DataSpace expands on-site telco offering for broker community and tenants, who benefit from excellent connectivity and low latency access to main stock exchanges across the world.”