A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Craig Meyer (pictured) who has been appointed VP of marketing at Exegy.
Anthony Malakian examines how firms are racing to the cloud to roll out new market data services. He also looks at ChartIQ's name change, the regulatory reporting space, and Lazard's Covid-19 data rollout.
In the pursuit of new ways to eliminate latency from the market data distribution and trading processes, vendors have invested in hardware-acceleration technologies, such as FPGAs. But with commodity chips now giving specialist hardware a run for its…
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The vendor will be providing more data capture and processing services for the CAT than when originally selected as part of Thesys Technologies' failed CAT offering.
Max Bowie recalls some hit-and-miss patent cases from the past two decades, and what this one might mean for the future.
US Consolidated Audit Trail consortium fires database processor in shock move.
Users will be able to receive cash equities and cash derivatives market data through the shared appliance, rather than installing ticker plants on premise.
Exegy officials say the new roles will help the vendor meet the needs of "a rapidly evolving" marketplace.
Exegy will provide timestamp information on trades during the day for the ambitious project.
The new appliances leverage an in-house-developed network interface card that enables the vendor to boost data processing and distribution.
Exegy and FIF relaunch MarketDataPeaks.com using upgraded Exegy technology to bring greater accuracy and precision to real-time market data monitoring.
Trade Port FX seeks to eliminate market fragmentation by granting firms access to all FX market requirements on a single platform.
Lansdowne will help the vendor expand in Europe and Asia, where it has identified growth opportunities, officials say.
Kennedy joins TickTrade from Collaborative Financial Services Inc., a Toront-based consultancy that he co-founded.
The "record" numbers of new feed handlers are being driven by European regulations, client deployments in Asia, and new US exchange feeds.
Exegy advances its data vendor aspirations by adding an "essential" component to the creation of a consolidated US National Best Bid and Offer.
Exegy is now an official vendor of US exchange data, rather than just a technology supplier, which the vendor says will cut cost and latency for clients.
Tim Bourgaize Murray explores opportunities for brokers to take on more of buy-side firms' data management burden.
Firms' best execution requirements and desire to expand strategies into FX markets are creating demand for a new breed of high-performance FX datafeeds.
The vendor says the move is in response to increased and anticipated demand for its solutions in the region, delivered as managed services.
New accout manager Steve Santivenere has spent 20 years in trading and trading technology sales roles.
Wilson's end-user background will anable Exegy to present its solutions in a way that resonates with FX business executives.
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