Delivering ultra low latency services over a dedicated network platform.

Our euTrade service portfolio is an ultra low latency, market leading optical transmission service. We specialise in designing, engineering, and building ultra low latency connectivity networks for the financial services community. These are fibre based services, providing highly predictable performance. As a market leader and preferred partner, we offer the track record and experience required in this space. Our rapid service delivery, fault identification and diversity offerings make euTrade the ultra-low latency service in the European market.

Key features

  • Market leading latencies to major London and European liquidity venues and exchanges including Deutsche Börse Frankfurt, Euronext Bergamo, Borsa Italiana Milan, London Stock Exchange, CBOE Europe London, ICE Basildon, Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, BME Madrid, SIX Zurich.
  • Fixed routing and exact latencies available at pre-sales stage.
  • Pre-provisioned to enable rapid turn-up of services.
  • Contractually committed latencies.
  • Available in over 100 data centres, MTFs and trading houses across Europe.
  • Flexible capacity: 100Mb – 100Gbps.
  • Continued development of shorter paths maintaining absolute lowest latency.
  • Fully managed with 24/7/365 day support.

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Connectivity Partners


euNetworks works in partnership with Euronext to provide you with ultra low latency connectivity services to their exchanges and trading platforms.

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The London Stock Exchange Group

euNetworks offers direct and dedicated connectivity to trading and market data from The London Stock Exchange Group’s core markets.

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We built a dedicated network platform for euTrade. Its a market leading ultra low latency solution that euNetworks has been offering for some time. We continue to optimise our routes to ensure shortest path and lowest latency, and work closely with our customers on new developments.

Toby Williams

Chief Product Officer, euNetworks

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