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GO Markets have announced the launch of GO MAXX VPS, a new service offering improved trading speed, reliability and security, with a geospecific choice of the two best colocations in the world.

GO MAXX VPS is Go’s Virtual Private Server infrastructure, a new service available to Go traders which offers the most cutting-edge technology to make even faster, more accurate trades. When it comes to online trading, ultra-low latency is a crucial factor which traders look for, and Go’s new VPS system offers traders the fastest connectivity to the world’s liquidity.

 

The GO MAXX Virtual Private Server is located in the same data centres as GO Market’s own trade servers, both in the US and the UK. The systems are cross-connected at both locations, which means GO Markets can offer users the fastest MetaTrader 4 platform solution anywhere.

The Virtual Private Server enables FX traders to implement automated trading strategies in the execution venue, while Algorithmic Trading or Expert Advisors can run 24/7, with access available through MetaTrader 4, FIX or Binary connections. Automated Trades can be run within a high-tech and secure environment without the need for additional computer hardware, back-up internet connections or power supplies.

Trade from inside the institutional grid!

The VPS allows users remote access to their own GO Markets trading platform from any machine and from any location, even if MetaTrader 4 is not installed. The VPS service means that user’s data is not being run on a home computer, but on GO Market’s ultra-secure server.

The Go VPS solution in the UK is co-located inside Equinix LD4-EFX1, and in the US in the NY4 datacenter. These are the world’s premier ultra-low latency FX suites, and they host the majority of the world’s Tier-1 liquidity. Equinix data centres are reputed to be the most reliable on earth.

Located just outside New York and London, Equinix data centres host more than 60 exchanges and trading platforms, 700+ buy and sell-side firms, 150+ financial service providers and almost 700 network bandwidth options.

Go’s move to install VPS solutions in New York and London means that its customers will also be trading in the same low latency environments, ensuring ultra fast transfer of data and execution of trades.

Through this new solution 99.9% uptime can be achieved with sub 1 millisecond cross-connectivity between the end users and GO Market’s servers. Because the servers are cross-connected, signals do not need to be passed over the internet via an Internet Service Provider, removing the possibility of bottlenecks.