February 11, 2011 – NYSE Technologies said it entered into a "strategic partnership" with a European provider of data centers, as part of its plan to roll out high-speed trading services to more customers.

NYSE Technologies, which has begun an initiative to create a variety of "liqudity hubs" in data centers around the world, said it entered into the partnership with Interxion Holding, which provides carrier-neutral data center space for trading firms that want to co-locate their servers in the same facility as the matching engines of exchanges.

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