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TNS Strengthens Backbone for European Equities Exchanges

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TNS, the financial markets infrastructure provider, has invested in strengthening its European backbone and data solutions, offering ultra-low latency TNS Layer 1 in-datacentre architecture, and expanded market data from all major European equities exchanges.

The company has also added Wiener Boerse AG, which operates the stock exchanges in Vienna and Prague, to its market data portfolio, and is now working with Deutsche Börse to provide access to Eurex and Xetra market data for non-member firms. The additions complement TNS’ existing European equities data portfolio, which includes Cboe Europe, Euronext, Aquis, LSE and SIX Swiss, among others.

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