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TNS Reaches Connectivity, Hosting and Market Data Access Agreement with HKEX

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Transaction Network Services (TNS) and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) have signed an agreement for connectivity, managed hosting and market data access giving market participants greater choice on how to trade with the HKEX. The agreement will provide local and international low latency connectivity to the exchange and between trading partners. TNS will offer traders managed hosting options at the HKEX data centre and will become an application service provider for HKEX equities and derivatives market data. The TNS offer will include market data feeds from the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Futures Exchange.

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