Ivan Schneider: The Infrastructure With the Dragon Tattoo
Nasdaq OMX is being investigated by Swedish competition authorities as to whether it pressured Verizon to keep a competing exchange called Burgundy from collocating in the same datacenter as its biggest customers.
Thanks Ivan for explaining a very difficult situation. Please let us know how this actually pans out.
Sounds to me that there is more than a little substance to the claim Nasdaq OMX influenced Verizon. Is Verizon trying to sweep this under the rug ? What are they saying as the reason they didn't choose the location after all ?
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