euNetworks Delivers New Ultra Low Latency Route to Milan

Latest route in euNetworks' dedicated finance network / Connecting financial services community to Milan, with leading low latency performance from London , Frankfurt and Zurich

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euNetworks Group Limited (SGX: H23.SI), announced it has launched a low latency route, adding Milan to its dedicated finance network. Delivering one of the shortest routes in the market today, euNetworks provides direct exchange-to-exchange connectivity, linking London to Milan with a one way latency of 8.81 milliseconds, Frankfurt to Milan in 4.71 milliseconds and Zurich to Milan in 1.98 milliseconds.

euNetworks offers market leading latency performance from all major Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTFs) across Europe, enabling greater access to its euTrade service portfolio.

"Milan is a trading hub with growing importance to the financial community," said Brady Rafuse, Chief Executive Officer at euNetworks. "This addition to our network means our clients have access to a European wide ultra low latency networking solution and importantly, one that we continue to develop to support growing bandwidth needs."We deliver leading low latency solutions across our London metropolitan network, through to Slough, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Zurich and Milan, directly into MTFs. We continue to see great success from our investments and as a bandwidth infrastructure provider, we remain committed to delivering network performance that our clients need to maximise their business potential."
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