Key to any successful algorithmic trading strategy is the ability to obtain market data with the lowest possible latency. Part of the responsibility for this rests with trading firms to streamline their internal architectures so they can make best use of the data, while part rests with network and hosting providers who purport to be able to convey market feeds to eager end-users at the fastest speeds possible. And part of the responsibility lies with exchanges and trading venues themselves-parti
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