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Savvis To Provide Enhanced Latency Management

Savvis, Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprises, today announced it will be providing enhanced latency and connectivity monitoring capabilities for its financial services clients across the globe.

NEW YORK, April 19. Savvis, Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprises, today announced it will be providing enhanced latency and connectivity monitoring capabilities for its financial services clients across the globe.

With enhanced latency management, Savvis will be able to proactively monitor, troubleshoot and maintain the high-performance and low-latency of exchange and liquidity venue connectivity within its data centers and its integrated global network. As part of this effort, Savvis will be taking advantage of Corvil's latency management for electronic trading and market data.

"Savvis is focused on delivering high performance hosting and network connectivity solutions to the world's leading participants in the financial markets," said Varghese Thomas, global head of financial services for Savvis. "These customers rely on us to provide quality and low-latency transport of critical market data, and the enhanced capability in this area provides tremendous value to our fast-growing base of latency sensitive clients."

CorvilClear will share latency information across Savvis' financial network and can provide data to all customers via the SavvisStation portal. CorvilClear will also monitor the latency and quality of hundreds of market data feeds delivered from venues to customers in Savvis data centers, as well as customer sites.

Savvis offers secure, high-availability, direct connectivity to hundreds of exchange feeds and other execution venues around the world, such as BATS Global Markets, NASDAQ and the London Stock Exchange. 

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