The agreement will provide mutual clients with access to normalized market data at the lowest possible network latency for a wide range of asset classes.
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Lansdowne will help the vendor expand in Europe and Asia, where it has identified growth opportunities, officials say.
The new handler supports Thomson Reuters' high-frequency Binary Multicast Feed
The feed handler will allow Redline clients to ingest and normalize data from Quincy's microwave-based feed alongside other data sources.
Lau moves from New York to London to spearhead Redline's sales expansion in the EMEA region.
Vendor officials say the larger space at 55 Broad Street in Manhattan's financial district will accommodate growing sales, field engineering and professional services staff numbers.
The new handler extends Redline's coverage to more than 30 venues, and provides an alternative source for prices on LSE-listed stocks.
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The tool will help firms test the robustness of their systems against realistic market simulations, before they deploy them live.
Today's financial markets are as much a matter of geographical design as fundamental structure, where correlations can be triangulated on a map.
The feed handler gives Redline support for the key electronic US Treasuries markets, following the release of a handler for eSpeed last year.
Officials say the trading and data connectivity to BSE is "an important step" in Redline's global exchange expansion.
Lopez Lansdowne and Salmon continue the vendor's hiring this year to bolster its sales and technical expertise.
The new feed handler will allow users to view data from Deutsche Börse's Eurex derivatives exchange alongside data from 150 other global feeds.
The data available via Redline's InRush ticker plant includes Level 1 and Level 2 data.
Redline's ticker plant and feed handlers will support low-latency data from the Mexican exchange.
The low-latency technology vendor is seeing increasing client demand for access to LME's markets.
Data consumers and vendors are seeking to apply strategies and technologies from equities to other markets.
Redline's InRush ticker plant now supports low-latency data from the Tokyo Commodity Exchange.
eSpeed's treasury platform is the first fixed income market for which Redline has added support to its feed handlers and ticker plant.
B-Pipe will serve as a source of data for exchanges from which user firms do not require direct feeds.
COnnectivity to Brazilian and Mexican exchanges were built in response to client demand, officials say.
Data and e-trading vet will head Redline's expanded efforts in the region.