NASDAQ OMX introduces NODE
First Published 30th April 2012
NASDAQ OMX introduces NODE - NASDAQ OMX Datacenter Extended: access points in London and Frankfurt
NASDAQ OMX has announced the launch of NODE, NASDAQ OMX Datacenter Extended, a new connectivity product across Europe offering access to NASDAQ OMX Equity, Fixed Income, Commodity markets and co-location space in the Nordics.
The NODE product offering enables customer access from NASDAQ OMX current Points of Presence (POP) in Equinix Slough- LD4, London-Interxion and future sites in Frankfurt to all the NASDAQ OMX markets operated from Stockholm.
NODE aims to provide a competitively priced, resilient, secure, low latency connectivity solution to support order entry, market data, clearing transactions and information services to NASDAQ OMX markets in Europe or clear channel connectivity to co-location space within the Nordic datacenter facility. One single NODE connection provides customers with access to NASDAQ OMX complete variety of asset classes and financial services from over 8 Exchanges and Clearing Houses operated from Stockholm.
NODE services will include:
NASDAQ OMX Nordic and Baltic Cash-Markets
NASDAQ OMX Derivatives Markets
NASDAQ OMX Market Data in multicast and unicast format
NASDAQ OMX Commodities markets
Access to NASDAQ OMX Nordic Co-location Service Area
NODE Access Points in London (Equinix Slough LD4 and London-Interxion) will be available to customers starting from June 2012.
Future access points in Frankfurt are expected to be available in Q4 2012, pending a final decision.