Also known simply as “colo,” data center colocation refers to a service provided by companies that offer a shared, secure space for enterprise businesses to store hardware related to data storage and other equipment. The Enterprise Benefits of Data Center Colocation are varied and often misused. They are: Uptime, Risk Management, Security, Cost, Bandwidth, Certifications, Security, Scalability. Managed Services implies a multi-faceted advantage over in-house data warehousing. However, in the Stock Exchanges, Data Co-Location imputes high levered vantage points to an extent where data and information can be selectively disseminated, creating an unfair arbitrage opportunity in an artificially tailored inefficient market system. National Stock Exchange- the biggest derivatives bourse in Asia was in the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons. For aiding and abetting inefficiencies in data flow. This article will shed light on what went wrong and how it could have been righted.