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MOEX Deploys Avelacom to Expand Connectivity in Asia, Middle East

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Moscow Exchange (MOEX) has deployed Avelacom networking infrastructure technology at new points of presence (PoPs) in data centres in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Dubai and Mumbai. MOEX’s PoPs feature FIX connections for trading transactions, access to MOEX’s market data, and sponsored access to MOEX’s equity, fixed-income, foreign exchange and derivatives markets. market. MOEX’s use of Avelacom equipment has also allowed it to reduce latency on its connection to Equinix’s LD4 data centre to 36 milliseconds from 41 milliseconds.

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