FXecosystem has launched its FX-VPS – a cloud-based Virtual Private Servers (VPS) offering for the financial markets.
The new offering enables clients to set up virtual servers in London, New York and Hong Kong in order to benefit from ultra low latency connectivity in foreign exchange markets, the firm says.
Aimed primarily at start-up/early stage MT4/MT5 brokers worldwide, FX-VPS has been designed to enable brokers to benefit from an extremely fast set up. Brokers simply access the premier solutions via FXecosystem’s website – selecting from options in a drop-down menu including server specs, operating systems and locations. Users can access FXecosystem’s Meet-Me-Rooms (MMR) and select from a wide choice of liquidity.
“We have a range of pre-designed server specs to meet the specific requirements of the retail market – helping them to spin up servers and set up quickly,” says Lee Ann Jones, business development, FXecosystem. “Our FX-VPS offers speed, flexibility and ease of use to clients and we have a range of options available for brokers and prop traders, whether they are looking for a MetaTrader server or a fully customisable solution.”
James Banister, CEO of FXecosystem, adds, “FX-VPS completes our hosting and co-location services offering. We now have a full suite of products available to cater for all requirements, from retail brokers up to Tier 1 banks, all fully supported 24/7 by our network operations centre (NOC) telephone helpdesk. Increasingly, we are seeing client support delivered solely through email. This can be frustrating for customers and our NOC provides 24/7 telephone support. Our fully-qualified Cisco and server technicians are trained to provide customers with outstanding support through clear communication and all our FX-VPS clients will benefit from this.
“FX-VPS is launching as one of three key strands of the business – which also includes our core business, delivering connectivity to the institutional market and Bondecosystem®, which extends our connectivity capabilities to the bond market,” he adds.