Are you looking to establish secure, low-latency, dedicated connections to clients, trading venues or the cloud; or to create a private network connecting your own capital markets community?
We can meet your precise needs with a fully managed, resilient, bespoke networking solution based on the Colt IQ Network.
Global coverage and access to financial markets
Wherever you need dedicated connectivity, we can provide it.
The Colt IQ network covers the major metro areas, data centres and carrier hotels worldwide. Our network also reaches all key exchanges in western Europe and Asian markets, as well as selected markets in North America. That means we can support your market data and execution needs.
Because the Colt IQ Network is a software-defined network (SDN), we can set up connections faster than ever before. So you can quickly connect to your trading venues or the cloud; or streamline the onboarding of new clients onto your dedicated network.
Tailored network solutions
Colt Capital Markets can create a tailored network to support your specific connectivity requirements. We help you connect to your desired brokers, client community or directly into markets. All of this with end-to-end SLAs and a highly secure, reliable managed network.
Russia is primed to become a key connectivity route as the demand for global bandwidth continues to soar.
Meet Ali, Technical Coordinator
“The best aspect of my job is that it gives me a full understanding of the network and processes around it, from order entry to billing. Colt has offered me a platform to learn and gain practical experience about innovative technology, but also offered me the opportunity to deliver for customers who rely on us.”Careers at Colt
In partnership with Colt, we are delighted to be able to offer LME market participants enhanced performance and availability in their connectivity to the Exchange. By switching to LMEnet, the LME community will benefit from reduced latency, increased resilience, and improved control over how they interact with our electronic systems.Robin Paine,
Chief Technology Officer, LME