Leverate Opens Two Datacenters in London
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Leverate Opens Two Datacenters in London

Leverate, a software provider for the forex industry, invested more than $500,000 in two new datacenters in the City of London. All the company’s services are planned to migrate to these datacenters by the end of the year.  

This investment aims to improve performance and execution. This is another move forward by the software provide, that received a significant investment by Saxo Bank.

For more details, here is the official press release:

Leverate Invests Over U$500K  in Data Centers in the UK

Leverate, the premium Forex broker solutions provider, announces a major advancement regarding security and reliability, as they are opening two new data centers in the United Kingdom. This advancement is in line with international banking standards, as it will enhance connectivity and allow for continuous uptime.


Leverate, the industry leader offering Forex broker solutions, announces the opening of data to two datacenters located in the financial center of London.  In order to provide clients with a significantly improved service, Leverate has invested over U$500K in data centers from two leading providers in London. Each data center has an exceptionally fast duplicate Internet connection, and they provide the most advanced computing, networking and data storage hardware with the latest virtualization technologies.


Leverate will gradually migrate all services over to the new datacenters by the end of 2011. This advancement comes at a crucial point in Leverate’s growth, as the data centers have been obtained in order to meet the increased trading volumes processed through Leverate’s servers, and in order to meet the standards of global financial institutions.   The addition of the two data centers will increase the server availability, allowing for an active connectivity and permitting systems to operate simultaneously on both sites.    


Leverate clients can benefit from this development, as it will allow for further reduced latency, even faster connection and continuous uptime.   The data center clouds are located closer to the sources of Leverate’s Live Data Feed, which makes the Feed even faster and more accurate than it currently is.   The improved service for clients will also include minimized risk, as all data will automatically be stored simultaneously within the two sites, allowing full availability even during the unlikely cases of datacenter downtime.


Leverate’s  Chief Technical Officer, Doron Somech, comments:

“Leverate has grown significantly in the last year, and as a response to this growth, we have expanded our resources to accommodate the increased number of clients and their trading volume. By establishing our own private servers within these two new datacenters, we are providing our clients with virtually zero downtime, reduced latency, increased execution speed and the fastest feed, available. Leverate is constantly working to improve its service to clients, and the opening of these data centers is one more step we have taken in order to do so.”


About Leverate:

Leverate delivers innovative solutions enabling Forex brokers and financial institutions to increase conversion, minimize risk and reach new markets.

Leverate’s cutting-edge solutions, powered by breakthrough technology, provide market players an end-to-end suite of products to operate the most successful and competitive brokerages in the Forex industry.

Yohay Elam

Yohay Elam

Yohay Elam: Founder, Writer and Editor I have been into forex trading for over 5 years, and I share the experience that I have and the knowledge that I've accumulated. After taking a short course about forex. Like many forex traders, I've earned a significant share of my knowledge the hard way. Macroeconomics, the impact of news on the ever-moving currency markets and trading psychology have always fascinated me. Before founding Forex Crunch, I've worked as a programmer in various hi-tech companies. I have a B. Sc. in Computer Science from Ben Gurion University. Given this background, forex software has a relatively bigger share in the posts.