BSO Network Solutions, the global provider of infrastructure solutions, has again upgraded its London to Moscow link to provide the fastest and most stable network available to the financial community.
The improvement to the link, which now runs at a record-breaking speed of 39.15ms Round-Trip Delay (RTD), comes as part of BSO’s plans to meet growing demand from financial customers for improved data connectivity between London, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Moscow. Central to these plans is the upgrade to the existing low-latency route between London’s Interxion data centre and the M1 data centre in Moscow.
BSO has been continually improving the London to Moscow route since 2010, resulting in a significant increase in the adoption of the connectivity path.
The latest upgrade has been designed to offer BSO’s clients arbitrage opportunities in the cash equity, derivatives and FX space amongst key liquidity points across the London, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Russian markets.
Fraser Bell, Managing Director, BSO Network Solutions, “BSO continually invests in its network, engineers and technology and this strategy has been proved correct again, by bringing a market leading route of 39.15ms to the financial markets.
“Our London to Moscow route demonstrates the value of our business model and flexibility of our approach to the financial markets, they require speed, responsiveness, innovation and excellent service, which are the core principles of BSO”
BSO Network Solutions aims to reduce the latency of the London to Moscow link even further by the end of this year. 2013 will also see continued investment and growth from the company on a global scale, with further plans for new routes and offices in a number of new markets, including America.