Exa Infrastructure will provide the London Stock Exchange Group's new colocation data centre with low latency and ultra low latency network connectivity.
The London Stock Exchange’s data centre migration project is proceeding apace, with Exa Infrastructure announcing it is providing low-latency connectivity to LSEG’s new Docklands location.
The London Inventory Change Group’s (LSEG) datacentre migration is pushing forward, with connectivity supplier EXA Infrastructure confirming it has sealed a deal to hook up the brand new facility with low-latency connectivity.
Enet's new 'International Wave' service for carriers and enterprises will use EXA Infrastructure's backhaul network to deliver 10Gbps and 100Gbps data centre-to-data centre optical network connections between Dublin and more than 40 data centres in Europe, as well as various North American routes.
The collaboration will enable new high-speed data centre to data centre optical network connections between Dublin and Europe, and onwards across the North Atlantic.
The agreement will enable connections to be made between the capital and 40 key data centres on the EXA Infrastructure network
Haynes was COO at Telia Carrier – now Arelion – and is now senior VP of product and technology at Exa, which includes the former Interoute and Hibernia Networks.
EXA Infrastructure appointed telecoms industry veteran Andrew Haynes as SVP of Product and Technology, responsible for continued development of the company’s product and network strategy.