JPX Co-Location service (OPEN) has been integrated with JPX Co-Location service (all) and TSE has commenced to provide "JPX Co-Location Service".
Proximity Service provided by Osaka Exchange has been terminated.
29 October, 2013
It has enabled customers of JPX Co-Location Service (all) to use the extranet service.
31 May, 2013
TSE has changed the application method for entry to web-based applications.
7 May, 2013
It has enabled customers to commence order placement to the applicable exchange systems from the JPX Co-Location Area (all) in the production environment.
What are Connectivity Services?
JPX provides Connectivity Services which enable market participants to connect to JPX in various ways, in order to improve accessibility to the market.
Connectivity Services are services aimed at effective trade execution through the Co-Location Service and the Proximity Service by reducing network latency and raising network speed.
Connectivity Services Overview
The co-location service provides trading participants, information vendors and ISVs, among others, with spaces to install devices with trading programs, etc., and networks at the JPX Primary Site.
Users of the service can reduce the physical distance between user's system and JPX trading systems or the Market Information System, and can reduce the time it takes to obtain quote information and submit orders to about a few microseconds (one-way).
All the trading systems and market Information system of JPX (arrowhead/FLEX, J-GATE, ToSTNeT).
The proximity service provides trading participants, information vendors and ISVs, among others, with spaces to install devices with trading programs, etc., and networks at the Data Center which is adjacent to access point(AP), entrance of arrownet.
Users of the service can improve efficiency of the connection between JPX systems, other exchanges and any points.
All the trading systems and market Information system of JPX (arrowhead/FLEX, J-GATE, ToSTNeT), JSCC, Target, JASDEC, TFX and TOCOM etc..