Celoxica Adds FX and Fixed Income to FPGA Technology

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Celoxica was founded out of Oxford University in 1996 as a technology spin-off.

FX and fixed income asset class coverage added to Celoxica's hardware-accelerated trading solutions.

Celoxica has added fixed income and foreign exchange (FX) asset class coverage to its Generalized Market Accelerator (GMAC) and Generalized Exchange Access (GXA) order entry technologies.

Both use field-programmable gate array (FPGA) card technology for optimized data and execution speeds in the equities, options and futures markets.

"High-frequency trading strategies have come to dominate the equities and futures markets over the last few years, and we are delighted to have helped our clients achieve a competitive trading edge through smarter engineering of market data and execution technologies," says Lee Staines, president at Celoxica. "The FX and fixed income markets are the new frontier for high-frequency traders, and we remain committed to providing our clients with a measureable competitive advantage as they move their strategies into these asset classes."

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