Chicago-based low-latency feed handler and ticker plant provider SpryWare has expanded its Proximity Cloud hosted ticker plant to include full order book data, including 45 days of historical full order book data and a calculated top-of-book price, with complex order book data from the Chicago Board Options Exchange, the International Securities Exchange and Nasdaq OMX's PHLX market.
SpryWare director and co-foudner Daniel May says the additions will allow trading firms to access this data without having to invest significant time and resources in building their own infrastructure.
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