HPR Preps Market Data Entry with Databot

The Massachusetts-based infrastructure provider is looking to become a one-stop shop in the low-latency trading space.

This fall, Needham, Mass.-based HPR (formerly known as Hyannis Port Research) will roll out a new appliance for market data distribution, Databot, delivered initially as part of its Omnibot switch, for latency-sensitive trading firms to manage their market data flows.

The offering—which is already in beta with a current client that is an ultra-low latency trading firm—will be available via a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) or via a software-based cloud solution. HPR will first go to market

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