euNetworks Launches the Next Route in its
Dedicated Finance Network
l New ultra low latency network route, delivering one of the shortest paths from London to Frankfurt.
l Optimised fibre route avoiding unnecessary Carrier points of presence and delivering direct exchange-to
exchange connectivity with a reduced latency to below 9 milliseconds round trip.
September 02, 2010 04:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time
LONDON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--euNetworks Group Limited (SGX:H23.SI), announced it has
launched a new ultra low latency route from London to Frankfurt. The company has one of the shortest routes in the
market today that is uniquely optimised for connectivity into Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTFs) and key data
centres. This new route further demonstrates the in-house capability that euNetworks has developed, building ultra
low latency connectivity networks to support the bandwidth needs of its growing financial client base. This also
marks the completion of the second phase in the development of euNetworks’ network dedicated to the financial
The new London to Frankfurt route coupled with the new Slough to London route, delivers a unique solution for the
trading market, avoiding unnecessary Carrier points of presence and delivering industry leading latencies for direct
euNetworks’ network development programme underway underpins access to the euTrade service portfolio which
delivers tailored solutions with on-demand connectivity between all major Stock Exchanges and clearing houses
across Europe. Services within this portfolio range from dedicated fibre, to wavelengths and Ethernet based services.
“London to Frankfurt remains a key low latency route for the trading market. The calibre of companies who are
already live on this new euNetworks route and our Slough route, and the continuing demand our team sees, is clear
demonstration of our strong position in the market today,” said Brady Rafuse, Chief Executive Officer