RAN, NumeriX, Verizon


Last week's issue of IMD reported that traders receiving futures and options data from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade would need bandwidth of 100 megabits per second. CME officials say the exchange does not yet offer 100 Mbps lines, and that only vendors who take in all data from CME (including the trading/RLC/FIX FAST data plus all pit and cash index data) will need more than a 40 Mbps line. Futures-only clients will just need 20 Mbps lines, while 40

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Waters Wrap: Examining ASX’s CHESS do-over

The Australian exchange was the first exchange to be all-in on DLT—and the project failed. Anthony speaks with ASX’s Tim Whiteley to discuss the lessons learned and why he thinks the second attempt will succeed.

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