"New regulations coupled with technology... have led to an explosion of liquidity and data rates," said Vincent Patrizio, head of global market data services, Merrill Lynch, citing last August's unprecedented volumes. "Capacity and low latency are like a chicken-and-egg situation. Lower latency creates more volume, which-if not managed properly-creates more latency."
Ludwig D'Angelo, head of trading technology for North America at JP Morgan Chase, said that those who gained the most from the
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