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Avelacom Expands Low Latency Solutions with RCB Certification for Brazil Stock Exchange Access

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Avelacom has expanded its low latency solution portfolio by becoming a certified B3 Communications Network provider (RCB) for the Brazil Stock Exchange (B3). The certification allows Avelacom to offer Direct Market Access to B3’s matching engine, enhancing the company’s real-time market data and trading solutions without clients requiring additional infrastructure. The new service aims to provide a cost-efficient and scalable alternative to remote market access, optimising latency and setup processes via virtual connections.

By incorporating RCB services, Avelacom can facilitate seamless data transfer between global financial hubs, supporting rapid activation of trading and market data services. This expansion aligns with the growing popularity of Brazil’s markets, enabling clients worldwide to engage with B3’s extensive range of markets, including equities, derivatives, digital assets, and OTC products.

Aleksey Larichev, CEO of Avelacom, commented: “Becoming an RCB authorised party allows us to provide more flexible and cost-effective solutions with various capacity options, helping financial firms operate more efficiently. With our network’s global coverage, clients from Asia, EMEA, and North America can access B3’s trading platform with the ease of cloud-based solutions.”

Marcos Guimaraes, Managing Director of Avelacom, LATAM, said: “With this development, B3 markets becomes available at all markets on Avelacom´s global network. It also lowers the barrier of entering B3’s market from abroad by facilitating access to the trading floor and lowering costs for local brokers and trading participants.”

Coming hot on the heels of the company’s new routes between Seoul, Hong Kong and Singapore, this new project included significant investments in network infrastructure to support disaster recovery services at B3’s primary and secondary data centres.

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