Exegy is now an official vendor of US exchange data, rather than just a technology supplier, which the vendor says will cut cost and latency for clients.
Tim Bourgaize Murray explores opportunities for brokers to take on more of buy-side firms' data management burden.
The new version of the vendor's data distribution platform allows users to distribute and receive data over the internet and mobile apps, and to capture data from Thomson Reuters' Enterprise Platform.
The former Intel and Altera exec will head the center, which will ultimately house 1,500 engineers.
Dow Jones is making the new multicast headline feed available via connection in Equinix's Secaucus, NJ datacenters.
UK telecommunications provider has linked financial hubs in the UK, the US, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong.
BT's new network connects five FX hubs with a focus on reliability to meet demand from a growing number of buy-side firms entering the FX market.
The integration will allow ADVFN clients to trade with their brokers directly from the vendor's mobile app.
The service allows Singapore-based traders to access data from the Osaka Securities Exchange in less than 31.5 milliseconds.
The acquisition adds low-latency connection between Toronto and New York.
ICE will use the acquisition to expand the reach of its SFTI network, while TMX can pursue its new focus of investor analytics rather than infrastructure.
Housden will be responsible for growing Colt's capital markets vertical with major financial clients in Europe, Asia and North America.
The partnership will ultimately expand to cover agency and corporate bonds, plus EMEA and Asian securities.
The platform will open Activ up to new users and use cases, by enabling easier access to datasets via multiple delivery mechanisms.
The latest version of the firm's front-office optimization solution has improved execution quality and fill ratios, and reduced latency.
Budnik's experience includes spending 27 years at IBM in various software engineering roles.
The microwave network provider has sold 25 percent of its business to raise funding over the past six months to continue reducing network latency.
The service will provide accurate and consistent time data that will also help firms comply with new regulatory requirements.
The vendor offers three plans for accessing its economic data online, including one that offers unlimited access to its data.
The enhancements in version 7.1 position McObject as a provider of underlying technology to help firms meet MiFID II's best execution requirements and the demands of FRTB.