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TNS Expands to 11 More Countries in Asia Pacific

TNS Expands to 11 More Countries in Asia Pacific

Transaction Network Services (TNS) is widely known for providing a full suite of low latency services across the globe and has a strong presence in the Asia Pacific region. The company has now further expanded its presence by reaching 11 more countries in the region.

“The Asian financial markets include many of the world’s leading, as well as rapidly emerging, stock exchanges. Extending TNS’ presence and connectivity in Asia gives us the ability to offer traders access to these financial centers and exchanges simply, quickly and with a lower total cost of ownership,” said Tom Lazenga, TNS’ Vice President of Global Sales, in a statement.

Founded in 1990 in the U.S. and headquartered in Reston, Virginia, TNS provides an extensive portfolio of services to customers in more than 60 countries spanning the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.

The latest expansion of TNS has delivered lowest latency in the region. The company is making use of the lowest latency commercially available network links in the APAC region. This network is designed to deliver streaming of market data globally. It can deliver APAC sourced market data to the U.S. and the U.S. sourced market data to APAC.

With this expansion, TNS now offers coverage across 11 countries and 23 exchanges in Asia that is hugely benefitting the trading industry.

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