Our highly secure, ultra low latency network services are designed to meet the high-frequency trading (HFT) needs of the most demanding buy-side and sell-side firms.

Low-latency global coverage

The services provide global coverage with low-latency paths between key trading locations in Europe, Asia and North America.

You’ll have access to the largest number of trading venues over the fastest connections, helping you deliver your multi-asset strategy, deal with shorter opportunity cycles or tighter spreads, and pull ahead of the competition.

Optimised performance and availability

To ensure best performance, our ultra low latency network services are built on high-speed fibre and microwave links; and use the smallest possible number of media converters, hops and network devices.

To maximise availability, they’re supported by experienced Colt teams.

Ongoing investment

Colt continues to enhance latency to ensure market leadership across important routes in Europe and Asia.

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Colt PrizmNet case study: global asset manager

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Russia is primed to become a key connectivity route as the demand for global bandwidth continues to soar.

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