BSO, a global ethernet network, cloud and hosting provider, today announced that it is launching three new premium ultra low-latency trading routes between Chicago and global financial hubs.
BSO is a global leader in long-haul network services and Chicago is the first of many upcoming announcements.
BSO has decided to extend its ultra-low latency services across the Atlantic and has engineered the fastest available trading routes between CME and financial hubs in Moscow, Dubai and Mumbai, placing a major focus on the vastly-expanding need for low latency.
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BSO’s new Chicago routes, which are also bidirectional, are as follows:
- CME Aurora <> MOEX M1, Moscow – 105.40 ms RTD
- CME Aurora <> DGCX, Dubai – 180.95 ms RTD
- CME Aurora <> BKC, Mumbai – 176.95 ms RTD
Optimising the CME market will instantly benefit the company’s finance customers as its routes are 8-10 milliseconds faster than those in this niche market.
Continued Infrastructure Investment
The firm continues to invest in its US infrastructure with a focus on lowering latencies and establishing new points of presence (PoP). Michael Ourabah, CEO of BSO, commented: “Our mission is to lead through innovation, and by engineering the fastest connections from Chicago to the East demonstrates our capability to deliver the very best to our clients. Investment in these key financial trading routes into the Chicago market shows how BSO is extending its market-leading expertise in ultra low-latency connectivity across Europe, the Middle East and Asia over to the American markets.”
BSO recently announced the addition of Financial Cloud to its portfolio of services for the global financial community, providing a low-latency network and cloud offering, based out of the three leading financial hubs which represent the largest FX market centers globally.