Anova Financial Networks announced today its expansion into the APAC region. The company has deployed a new intra-Asia network aimed at connecting the major financial nodes in the region with a combination of fiber and wireless technologies.
More specifically, Anova has deployed new PoPs in Tokyo, Singapore, Taiwan, and Shanghai. Those nodes are connected via ultra-low latency paths on which the company is offering capacity now and will add distribution of CME, OSE and SGX feeds.
Anova says it sees opportunity in the combination of Tokyo's actions to promote its financial sector and China's One Belt, One Road initiative, which it sees as accelerating the Asia financial sector.
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