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Pico Extends Data Centre Presence in APAC

Pico, an infrastructure, connectivity, data and cloud technology provider, is continuing its global expansion into the world’s major financial markets with additional personnel and offices, and increased data centre presence in Asia Pacific. Founded in 2009, Pico opened its Singapore and Tokyo offices after signing its first top tier Asian bank client in mid-2018. Next, Pico went live at TY3 in Tokyo to support the FX community, complementing existing LD4 and NY4 offerings. The APAC expansion enables Pico to onboard and support a growing number of clients that want to include Asian markets in their global trading strategies.

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