Update : Dec. 05, 2013
|29 October, 2013||Totality||It has enabled customers of JPX Co-Location Service (all) to use the extranet service|
|31 May, 2013||Operation||TSE has changed the application method for entry to web-based applications|
|7 May, 2013||Totality||It has enabled customers to commence order placement to the applicable exchange systems from the JPX Co-Location Area (all) in the production environment|
TSE Connectivity Services are services aimed at facilitating trade execution at even higher speeds through the Co-Location Service and the Proximity Service by reducing network latency and raising network speed.
Co-location allows trading participants, information vendors, ISVs, etc. to install devices, etc., on which have trading programs, etc. are installed, at the TSE Primary Site. By reducing the physical distance from TSE trading systems and the Market Information System, users of the service can reduce the time to obtain quote information and submit orders to less than a few dozens of microseconds (one-way).
This is the service for investors who place utmost importance on latency to the TSE market.
This service allows users to install devices, etc. at the data centers located at the Access Point (i.e., entry point) to the TSE network.
Network latency to the TSE market is second only to the Co-Location Service, and the service is designed with emphasis on connectivity to domestic and Asian markets other than TSE
This service is suited for investors who place orders in multiple markets or obtain information from multiple sources.
Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.
Market Business Development Department