NYSE Euronext has completed the migration of more than 4,500 equities issues listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NYSE Amex into its US data center in Mahwah, New Jersey.

With the NYSE Amex and NYSE equities primary matching engines now inside the new data center, NYSE Euronext will begin the migration of its other markets as well as NYSE Technologies’ diverse product portfolio that includes co-location services, direct data feeds, trading infrastructure on-demand, SuperFeed and its Risk Management Gateway (RMG) service.

The migration of all NYSE and NYSE Amex equities issues to the US liquidity center marks the completion of a significant part of the phased migration of NYSE Euronext’s US markets.

NYSE Arca equities and both of NYSE Euronext’s US options exchanges, NYSE Arca and NYSE Amex options will complete their transition to Mahwah in the first quarter of 2011.

NYSE Euronext has said that customers will also experience further performance benefits from the ongoing rollout of the company’s Universal Trading Platform, which will add the NYSE and NYSE Amex in early 2011.

NYSE Euronext COO Larry Leibowitz said that the successful move of NYSE and NYSE Amex listed issues into our US data center is truly a technological and operational milestone for NYSE Euronext and our customers.

“Conceived over two years ago, these data centers were built to be our next-generation trading ecosystem and the centerpiece of our vision for the future of global markets,” Leibowitz said.