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Equinix Signs Deal With CME

The service is available immediately to customers of the Equinix Financial eXchange service in the Chicago IBX and CME customers.

The agreement reinforces Equinix Chicago IBX center as a strategic hub for the connectivity and IT operations of financial trading companies. These companies require critical levels of security and uptime, and can now directly interconnect with an aggregation of network service providers and other trading partners within Equinix Chicago hub to eliminate the cost and performance degradation caused by linking to multiple partners over great geographic distances, as well as improve redundancy and reliability.

The new connectivity platform with CME will be offered to CME customers through Equinix Financial eXchange, a service focused on the specific needs of the financial trading industry. FX offers a fast, reliable and convenient platform for banks, financial trading companies and financial exchanges to interconnect with each other and with multiple network service providers to execute financial transactions.

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