The move should provide sub-millisecond latency direct from NYSE's SIP (Securities Information Processor) to Essex Radez clients that locate servers running their trading algorithms and Essex Radez's KMD data software in the center, says Mike Eichin, technology director for market data services at Essex Radez.
Eichin says the move is a result of client demand for low-latency data on both the Chicago derivatives markets and also on equities listed in New York. "In our low-latency model, we hav
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