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Vela Provides Colo Services for JPX Markets

Vela, a provider of market access technology for global multi-asset electronic trading, has made its Direct Market Access (DMA) platform available at the Japan Exchange Group (JPX) site in Tokyo. By colocating in cabinets with premier access to JPX markets, Vela can offer ultra-low latency order routing and market data to Osaka Exchange (OSE). A Tier 1 investment bank is among one of Vela’s first clients in this colocation space. With ASX already live on the platform, JPX is the next step in Vela’s global expansion with further points of presence planned in key APAC markets including SGX and HKEX.

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