Chicago-based low-latency feed handler and ticker plant provider SpryWare has built a feed handler for fellow Chicago vendor EESAT's Fuse feed of complex order book data.
The move will enable SpryWare to bring EESAT's complex order book data to a broader range of users among US options industry participants, rather than having to collect data individually from each exchange offering complex order book trading capabilities.
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