PrimeXM establishes Equinix LD6 presence, introduces MiFID II Compliant Time Synchronisation

PrimeXM establishes Equinix LD6 presence, introduces MiFID II Compliant Time Synchronisation

Technology provider PrimeXM has just announced that it has established a new presence in London’s Equinix LD6 data centre, to accommodate growing demand.

LD6 is physically positioned across from LD4 and the two data centers are interconnected by multiple path redundant dark fiber connections ensuring stable and reliable connectivity.

Cristian Vlasceanu PrimeXM

Cristian Vlasceanu, PrimeXM

PrimeXM CEO Cristian Vlasceanu said:

We have always provided the optimum, most flexible and reliable hosting and connectivity services with suites in the world’s most secure data centres. As demand grows we will continue to ensure that every client receives the highest service possible from us.

In addition to expanding to a new data centre, PrimeXM has announced its adherence to MiFID II requirements regarding regulatory technical standards on clock synchronization and has partnered with a network provider obtaining a turnkey time synchronization solution. This enables PrimeXM’s XCore and Hosting clients to meet the requirements of MiFID II regulations in Europe without additional cost.

PrimeXM has built its technology on its self-owned infrastructure which is managed by its own dedicated team of highly skilled professionals and offers services without the intervention of third parties.

PrimeXM is known for having one of the most well-connected networks in the fintech industry with cross-connects in the world’s largest financial centres and co-located connectivity with some of the biggest financial institutions in the world. It has recently upgraded its leased line between Equinix LD4 and Equinix TY3 which will continue to add value to its network infrastructure, supporting the XCore ecosystem and reducing communication time down to 155ms RTT.

The new connectivity establishment allows the XCore community to further utilize PrimeXM’s low latency infrastructure.

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