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November 27, 2019

Avelacom Launches Multi-Cloud Service for Crypto Exchange Connectivity

Avelacom has launched its multi-cloud connectivity solution to simplify and accelerate how traders connect to crypto exchanges. It delivers secure, direct and ultra-low latency access to crypto exchanges hosted in Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.

Proprietary trading firms, hedge funds and other professional traders can access multiple exchanges, with a consistent experience delivered via a single provider.

“Our customers use latency-sensitive strategies, where the number of milliseconds taken to connect to crypto exchanges can be the difference between making a profit or a loss. As experts in networking for the financial community, we saw an opportunity to accelerate how they access the cloud,” said Aleksey Larichev, CEO at Avelacom. “We believe this solution will be a gamechanger for our customers, so we are offering a free trial of the service to test network latencies and uptime, as well as seeing the impact on their profit and loss with no obligations.”

The solution uses Avelacom’s network of 80+ points of presence (PoPs) located in premium data centres across EMEA, APAC and North America. These provide direct links to major cloud service providers (CSPs) in the same geographic zones used by crypto exchanges, delivering speeds up to 60 milliseconds faster than traditional internet connectivity. With no physical cross-connects required, the multi-cloud solution offers lower costs and a setup time of as little as 2 hours.

Avelacom was recently awarded “Best low-latency trading network” by Waters Technology at the Buy-Side Technology Awards 2019.


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