To allow its customers further growth but also to have enough network capacity to serve new customers, Eurex Exchange has decided to take the following actions:
a. Introduce a sixth order entry switch (only B side) to increase capacity (exact timeline to be defined),
b. Increase the limit for owned and/or used 10Gbit/s ETI connections from currently 32 to 36
These amendments will come into effect on 19 October 2020.
2. Required action
3. Details of the initiative
Eurex Exchange decided to increase the network capacity and therefore increase the existing limit for 10Gbit/s ETI connections owned and/or used for Trading Participants and Service Providers to 36. In accordance with this, the limit for concurrent usage of respective ETI connections will also be increased to 36.
The existing limit of maximal four 10Gbit/s ETI connections per Access Point (order entry switch) as well as the limit of 32 10Gbit/s Market Data connections remain in place.
Furthermore, to have always sufficient capacity to serve new customers, Eurex Exchange plans to introduce a sixth order entry switch for ETI connections (only B side) in October 2020. The exact timeline for the introduction and for the ordering process will be published in due course.
Therefore, the following documents will be amended respectively:
The amendments, as set out in Attachments 1 and 2, will be effective as of 19 October 2020.
As of the effective date, the full version of the amended documents will be available for download on the Eurex website www.eurexchange.com under the following link:
Amendments to the General Terms and Conditions to the Connection Agreement and Provider Connection Agreement will be notified to Trading Participants at least six weeks prior to their effective date. They are deemed to have been approved if the Trading Participant does not lodge objections with Eurex Frankfurt AG within six weeks of notification of the amendment.
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