Best Low-Latency Data or Technology Provider—QuantHouse
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
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The move reunites co-founder Denery Fenouil with the QuantHouse team, and enlists low-latency Atrium Network founder Emmanuel Carjat.
The partnership offers quicker-to-market trading technologies through the use of QuantHouse’s API system.
CMC Markets’ trading platform will now be available via QuantHouse’s qh API ecosystem.
Jane Street’s systematic internalizer is now available to QuantHouse’s API clients.
Data entering the ecosystem will be normalized, ensuring services are distributed throughout QuantHouse’s ecosystem community.
As the industry navigates new responsibilities surrounding systematic internalizer rules under Mifid II, QuantHouse argues that APIs hold the key to compliance with minimal maintenance. Jamie Hyman reports.
The deal will accelerate QuantHouse’s expansion into the US.
API-enabled technology repository aims to provide quant traders with as-a-service applications without a traditional implementation structure.
Incumbent vendors may turn the table on fintech upstarts, once regulation begins to calm down
Vendor partners with datacenter specialists Interxion for algorithmic stress-testing facility
Rival Systems has integrated QuantFEED into its Rival Trader and Rival API platforms as it looks to expand into equities.
Newly founded asset management firm Metori has selected QuantHouse’s QuantFactory solution to automate its trading portfolio.
The deal marks another about-face on real-time data for S&P, which sold Comstock in 2003, then re-entered the space by buying QuantHouse in 2012.
Officials say the new hires will bring a wealth of experience to Vela's sales, marketing and account management functions.
Former S&P, QuantHouse exec joins news analytics provider RavenPack.
Former S&P, QuantHouse staffer will support the technical aspects of Activ's sales process.
The Real-Time Solutions division of S&P Capital IQ (formerly QuantHouse, prior to its acquisition by S&P in 2012) has unveiled QuantFeed FPGA for OPRA, a hardware-accelerated version of its consolidated datafeed that delivers additional processing power…
S&P Capital IQ plans to extend its low-latency network to new liquidity centers in the Asia-Pacific region over the coming months, including Korea, India and Thailand, in an effort to meet growing customer demand for real-time exchange data.