Euronext’s tech migration sprint alarms electronic traders

Co-location users sound warning on plan to chop two years off data centre move from UK to Italy

Tanzania’s wildebeest take a full year to loop around the Serengeti National Park, travelling a total distance of 1,200 miles. The inhabitants of the Euronext ecosystem – consisting of matching engines, servers and ancillary systems – are having to move half that distance in the same timeframe.

There are doubts the great tech migration can be achieved on schedule, as some of the big beasts that use Euronext are warning it leaves them with too little time to prepare.

“There is big concern among

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