Certainly, low latency has come far since last year, when our speakers seemed almost nonplussed about speed compared to their counterparts in the US and Europe. At the time, panelists estimated that only a relatively small percentage of trading on the most liquid exchanges in the region was conducted via algorithmic trading—the main driver for low-latency datafeeds.
But vendors of low-latency datafeeds and order-routing solutions are now seeing rising demand—not just from Western firms trying
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