Rising data volumes continue to be driven by US options exchanges, but also by equity markets and as a result of the growth of pan-European multilateral trading facilities, which have led to liquidity fragmentation. Data volumes have doubled from previous peaks, and technological advances, particularly in the low-latency arena, have contributed to this growth, as users require more data at higher speeds, panelists said.
Demand for low latency is an impetus for investment in capacity management, s
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