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BSO expands global footprint and lowers Brazil-New York route latency

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BSO, a global infrastructure and connectivity provider, has launched four new corporate entities in Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, and Turkey, to serve as gateways to the fast-growing economies in LATAM, Central America, Southern Africa, and Eurasia.

BSO says Apsara Networks México (Mexico), BSO Network (Pty) Ltd (South Africa), BSO Brasil Telecom Ltda (Brazil), and BSO Network Telekomünikasyon Bilişim Hizmetleri AŞ (Turkey), provide its international customers with “increased access to local engineering talent and expertise, streamlined operational processes for local trades and businesses, and simplified engagement”.

BSO is also improving the major B3NY route connecting the B3 stock exchange in São Paulo, one of the largest financial exchanges in the world with New York. A new <100ms latency service is expected to be live shortly, providing North American and European trading firms, hedge funds and capital banks with faster connectivity to markets in Brazil and other Latin American countries.

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