News of BSO’s aggressive US expansion continues with the announcement that the company has signed with Netrality Properties to expand into 717 South Wells, one of Chicago’s most connected buildings.
This move provides BSO and Netrality customers with a single point of entry to BSO’s global, ultra-low latency network, which offers local infrastructure while also linking the Americas to Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. As the center of the derivatives market and one of the world’s top financial trading hubs, Chicago is an essential access point along BSO’s network, which is specialized for financial traders and a game-changer for anyone looking for fast, diverse, reliable routes. BSO also has Points of Presence (PoPs) in Chicago’s E. Cermak and Aurora DC3 data centers; this third entry point provides increased diversity to customers accessing its network.
BSO’s key ultra-low latencies into/out of Chicago include:
Chicago <> Moscow 105.40 ms RTD
Chicago <> Dubai 180.95 ms RTD
Chicago <> Mumbai 176.95 ms RTD
717 South Wells serves as a gateway to local and long-haul infrastructure, offers reliable interconnection for its customers and features a carrier-neutral Meet-Me-Room.
“We know that access to financial trading circuits, with key entry points in Chicago, is crucial to our clients, so we’re establishing our presence in this city in a big way as part of our US expansion,” says Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO. “We’re proud to work with Netrality Properties, a data centre provider that understands the importance of reliable, ultra-fast connections.”
The BSO team is exhibiting in booth #213 at FIA Expo 2016 in Chicago now through Oct. 20. Stop by their booth if you’re at the event or email [email protected] to reach the team!