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    Telx Rapid Fire Nov 13 Telx Rapid Fire Nov 13 Presentation Transcript

    • Telx Smart Technology InvestmentsIn Today’s Highly Fragmented Markets ©2012 Telx. All Rights Reserved.
    • Telx Smart Technology InvestmentsIn Today’s Highly Fragmented Markets Shawn KaplanGeneral Manager – Financial Services ©2012 Telx. All Rights Reserved.
    • Who’s making Money ? Sell-Side Institutions ? Buy-Side & Alternatives ? Exchanges ? Technology Firms ?
    • Who’s making Money ? Sell-Side Institutions ? Buy-Side & Alternatives ? Exchanges ? Technology Firms ?
    • Volumes are Down
    • HFT Profits Down -65%
    • Fragmentation is Driving up Costs
    • Being Smart about Technology The Calculus of Colocation - 1. Colocation in all Exchange Sites 2. Hub & Spoke 3. Central Datacenter Only Up to 10x More Expensive to Host in Exchange Centers - 2x-4x Space & Power - 2x-3x Connectivity Costs - 4x Duplicative Hardware Only Marginal Trading Efficiencies Depending on Trading Model
    • Telx Clifton Campus 100 Delawanna & 2 PeekayNJR3 - Features • Ultra Low Latency to Exchanges • Lowest Latency to Mahwah • 2N Power Redundancy • Diverse Carrier Entry • 100,000sqft High-Density Datacenter • Above 100-year flood plain • Office Space Available • MetroConnect to 111 8th and 60 Hudson Expansion Early - 2013
    • Clifton as a Low Latency HubLowest Latency to MahwahGeographically Center betweenNYSE & NASDAQFiber Routes: (*see notes)• Mahwah – 360us RTD, 36 km• Secaucus – 160us RTD, 16 km• Weehawken – 220 us RTD, 22km• Carteret – 380us RTD, 38 km• 111 8th – 290us RTD, 29 kmNotes on Fiber Latencies *• Provided by publically available information from the Telx Eco-System of Carriers• Latency is in RTD (Round Trip) and reported as “approximate” figures, specific latencies available directly from carriers• Distance is one-way distance of actual fiber routes• Includes “planned” routes delivered in early 2013
    • Clifton as a Low Latency HubLowest Latency to MahwahGeographically Center betweenNYSE & NASDAQFiber Routes: (*see notes)• Mahwah – 360us RTD, 36 km• Secaucus – 160us RTD, 16 km• Weehawken – 220 us RTD, 22km• Carteret – 380us RTD, 38 km• 111 8th – 290us RTD, 29 kmNotes on Fiber Latencies *• Provided by publically available information from the Telx Eco-System of Carriers• Latency is in RTD (Round Trip) and reported as “approximate” figures, specific latencies available directly from carriers• Distance is one-way distance of actual fiber routes• Includes “planned” routes delivered in early 2013