This new digital workplace depends on these types of latency-sensitive applications and a superior user experience. And that, in turn requires fast, low-latency interconnections among globally dispersed employees, offices, business partners and cloud services.
According to the EOF survey, globally, the number of interconnected enterprises is expected to more than double by 2017 – up from 38% to 84%. In Australia, Hong Kong and Japan it will triple, as businesses embrace interconnection-dependent IT strategies to accelerate growth.
With recent regulatory reforms and market structure updates, the country has a lot to offer to traders looking to expand in the Asia-Pacific region.
With an abundance of natural resources, Australia has become a key supplier to energy and commodity hungry developing nations. This has given the Australian economy a period of extensive growth over the past decade.
In order to sustain success and ensure stability and speed of the ‘cross-border’ data connections, financial services firms need to evaluate their current IT infrastructure to ensure it’s built for success.
Reform in China's financial services industry is an ever-evolving force, where the landscape is constantly shifting
The FX market has been enjoying renewed popularity with Asia’s investment elite this year as other investment options have been on precarious ground.
Financial exchanges in Singapore and Hong Kong are rolling out ultra low latency matching engines, as pan Asian investment in end-to-end algorithmic trading strategies ramps up.