ABN AMRO Clearing (AAC) has extended its data centre network to support its trading customers across the Asia Pacific. The global securities service provider has deployed the Equinix International Business Exchange data centres in Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
The deployment is expected to provide AAC customers across the region faster on-boarding and regional market entry, and enable them to drive performance improvements and reduce operational costs, according to a media statement issued today by the data centre provider, Equinix.
“At ABN AMRO Clearing, our customers are our first priority, and we need service providers who can offer the ability to seamlessly enter and expand in multiple territories, and add value to our client base,” said Chris Lee, global head of market access, ABN AMRO Clearing, in the statement.
Equinix’s senior director of business development for the region David Wilkinson added that with the “high quality of security, service and high-speed connectivity across multiple markets, Equinix will help AAC acquire new customers across the region by easing clearance processes that drive effective trading and clearing."
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