BT to help Mexico to make waves
October 16, 2018

BT and the Mexican Stock Exchange, part of BMV Group, today announced the signing of a new contract that will make it easier for global investors, market data vendors and service providers to access Mexico's financial markets.

BT says the deal will enable it to distribute the latest BMV multi-cast feeds over its Radianz Cloud, which it says is one of the world's largest secure financial markets cloud communities. 

BT adds that the Mexican Stock Exchange is one of the largest and longest established stock and derivatives exchanges in Latin America. It says the contract furthers its strategy to expand its global coverage by giving it access to the Radianz Cloud community, a ready-to-exploit global marketplace that can help it to accelerate international growth.





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BT and the Mexican Stock Exchange, part of BMV Group, today announced the signing of a new contract that will make it easier for global investors, market data vendors and service providers to access Mexico's financial markets.

BT says the deal will enable it to distribute the latest BMV multi-cast feeds over its Radianz Cloud, which it says is one of the world's largest secure financial markets cloud communities. 

BT adds that the Mexican Stock Exchange is one of the largest and longest established stock and derivatives exchanges in Latin America. It says the contract furthers its strategy to expand its global coverage by giving it access to the Radianz Cloud community, a ready-to-exploit global marketplace that can help it to accelerate international growth.



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