BSO, the global Ethernet network, cloud and hosting provider redefining connectivity, announced at ITW 2016 a partnership with IXcellerate, Russia’s premier carrier-neutral data centre operator, to improve fibre access into and out of Moscow, home to Russia’s (MOEX) Exchange.
From IXcellerate’s Moscow One Datacentre, BSO offers four entirely diverse and non-overlapping fibre paths out of the building into global markets across the world, including London, Stockholm, Frankfurt and Shanghai. Additionally, the data centre provides access to BSO’s advanced global backbone across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
BSO’s latencies in/out of IXcellerate include:
- London (LD4) – 37.5ms
- Frankfurt (FR2 and FR5) – 35ms (currently being optimised to sub 33ms)
- Stockholm (Telecity Bromma) – 16.5ms
“We are seeing increased demand for our services in and out of Russia,” says Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer our customers fully redundant, diverse access to IXcellerate’s Moscow One Datacentre across Europe and beyond.”
BSO’s ultra low latency network connects 27 exchanges globally and has been engineered for the finance community and emerging markets.
“The partnership between BSO and IXcellerate will benefit our clients that require leading connectivity between global marketplaces,” comments Guy Willner, CEO of IXcellerate. “Financial institutions will gain BSO’s expertise and highly-optimised low latency network.”
To learn how BSO is “Redefining Connectivity” within the Cloud and Telecoms industry with their pioneering technical abilities and approach to the customer experience, visit their newly re-launched website at www.bsonetwork.com.
BSO team members are attending International Telecoms Week (ITW) May 8 – 11. To request an onsite meeting please email [email protected].