Officials say the vendor finished developing the ITCH feed handler at the beginning of June, responding to demand from some European clients of its Quant Hosting facility in New York. The unnamed clients had originally sourced US data via a third-party consolidated data vendor. But after migrating onto Quant House's Nyse Arca feed, which the vendor developed earlier this year, they noticed a significant improvement in trading performance and requested that the vendor add support for Nasdaq's
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