TNS announced that the company is now offering a combination of managed hosting, colocation, and connectivity options which utilize the TNSXpress Layer 1 single-hop architecture that is up to 10 times faster than traditional Layer 3 architectures. TNS also offers traders access to a global, 125-strong point-of-presence footprint, over 2,800 financial community endpoints, and more than 60 exchanges around the world. With this development, TNS also provides the Xetra Enhanced Order Book Interface (EOBI) feed.
Zero packet loss
TNS also reported that its North American backbone network recorded zero packet loss during the highest market data volume periods it has ever seen. TNS also stated that the company has spent the past year shoring up its network with acquisitions and upgrades. Tom Lazenga, TNS’ Vice President of Global Sales said,
“Trading firms rightfully hold their service providers to high standards, and while in recent months every provider’s network has been tested by some of the most extreme market conditions possible, TNS has passed with flying colors. TNS is always looking for ways to future proof our network and prepare for these unprecedented events, so that if and when they happen, our customers can rest assured that they won’t be impacted.”
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