Adaptive pushes low-latency open-source messaging

The London-based consultancy is looking to engage firms and exchanges on its Aeron messaging technology, which it acquired earlier this year.

London-based Adaptive Financial Consulting acquired low-latency trading tech software company Real Logic earlier this year, and is now gearing up to market Real Logic’s low-latency, open-source messaging technology, Aeron.

Adaptive CEO Matt Barrett says adoption of Aeron by capital markets firms has been slow because Real Logic never marketed or promoted the tech at all.

“They were a group of individuals being paid to implement features within Aeron on behalf of clients, and putting that work

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