The vendor normalizes Eurex data into its proprietary format so clients don't need to write to a new format.
Cacciola joins SR Labs after holding various sales and account management roles at content and technology providers.
Redline's InRush ticker plant now supports low-latency data from the Tokyo Commodity Exchange.
NYSE will waive fees for the new fees until March 31, 2016.
S&P Capital IQ has grown its library of alpha factors five-fold since its launch in 2008.
Hanweck's analytics will support clients of Fidessa's equities platform who also trade options.
Appointment of industry veteran will strengthen the vendor's management for the next level of growth, officials say.
eSpeed's treasury platform is the first fixed income market for which Redline has added support to its feed handlers and ticker plant.
Te vendor will leverage Lane's experience in real-time feed solutions and infrastructure sales.
Officials say the addition of Brokertec and eSpeed is in response to increased electronification of bond markets.
The vendor is expanding its low-latency datafeed handling to the liquid US Treasuries market.
BME will launch new services covering OTC trade data to support compliance with MiFID 2.
Cardinal officials say the Rival platform handles "vast amounts of data" faster than others, reducing the risk of stale quotes.
The vendor's FPGA platform reduces latency for CME's feed by 40 percent, officials say.
The vendor hopes the support for more feeds will broaden its appeal to more enterprise-wide uses.
In addition to adding support for new co-location venues, the vendor has also upgraded some of its fiber paths.
The move will reduce latency for customers in the new datacenters accessing the consolidated feed.
Quodd, which previously only carried OTC Markets' data on its terminals, is now adding the data to its feeds.
B-Pipe will serve as a source of data for exchanges from which user firms do not require direct feeds.
The new FPGA-based service significantly reduces the server footprint required to manage OPRA data.
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The service delivers one-way latency of 94.5 microseconds, leveraging technology from AOptix.
Nayar replaces Richard Korhammer, who left the vendor in March.
The latest data interruption follows two incidents two weeks ago.