EESAT Preps Equinix NY4 Datacenter Move for COB Feeds


Officials say the datacenter move was in part driven by firms increasingly wanting access to complex order book data in machine-readable datafeeds rather than on desktops. This is being driven both by the vendor more actively marketing its data, and also by a greater focus on complex order books by traders as the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Intercontinental Exchange battle for market share while growth tapers in single-leg options contracts, says EESAT president Jim Seligman.


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