Globally Colocated Infrastructure in the Most Important Financial Data Centers
Pico offers a comprehensive range of network products to meet the full spectrum of electronic trading requirements. From ultra low-latency layer 1 colocation connectivity to our Global Ring, each product is tailored to meet specific requirements of performance, resilience, security and scalability. Our network products can be provided as dedicated solutions tailored to specific customer requirements or as cost-effective multi-tenant offerings.
Customers use our network for the complete spectrum of electronic connectivity including:
Low-latency colocation connectivity
Access to remote trading venues
Market data from global venues
Fast connectivity between colos globally
Remote connectivity to Pico managed infrastructure
In all situations our customers benefit from Pico’s economies of scale, shared services model and extensive vendor relationships:
We only employ the best architects and engineers to design, build and support our networks
We use the best hardware and telecommunications links available
We partner with the leading hardware and network vendors to ensure our products are properly supported and resourced
We conduct the most thorough design and testing of our network components possible before bringing them to market
Our 24/7 service operations team provide responsive and skilled support backed with our market-leading analytics and instrumentation capabilities
There is no room for compromise because Pico’s network products are the foundation of our data and analytics products, and a key enabler for our internal operations and support. The network is at the very heart of everything we do and exemplifies why customers use Pico – our commitment to excellence and attention to detail.
Access over 200 global market venues via PicoNet™, our private ultra low-latency proprietary network mesh. Extremely flat, minimizing hops and latency wherever possible, PicoNet™ is ultra-resilient and fault-tolerant, providing the fastest path connections between on-net co-location sites.