Australian Securities Exchange Readies ITCH Feed, Co-Lo Move

Frank Hoer, market data manager, ASX

The Australian Securities Exchange rolled out a testing environment for its new feed of equity and options market data based on the ITCH feed protocol earlier this month, and will this week open the doors of its new co-location facility, allowing customers to begin installing their equipment as the exchange prepares for the upcoming launch of Chi-X Australia, which is expected to go live at the end of this month.

The ITCH feed will initially be used to distribute data from ASX’s new PureMatch

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