A summary of the past week's financial technology news.
Chicago-based firm adds Value at Risk to its latest risk management offerings.
With their origins in industries such as defense, aerospace, and medicine, FPGAs have been used by certain aspects of financial markets for about a decade to gain speed. Wei-Shen Wong examines the current uses for this specialized hardware in finance,…
The upstart has done it again. For the second straight year, Rival Systems has claimed the prize for having the best commodities trading platform for the buy side. Launched in 2015, the company has quickly won over converts thanks to its derivatives…
Rival Systems has integrated QuantFEED into its Rival Trader and Rival API platforms as it looks to expand into equities.
This is Rival Systems' first Buy-Side Technology Award.
Migration to the new platform is complete, according to Gator Trading.
The platform will allow Bracken to automatically calculate options prices and support the development of proprietary pricing models
The calculator will deliver more accurate price predictions, enabling users to quote and hedge more effectively.
The vendor achieved the latency gains by moving commonly used data elements into memory
The Ronin trading tech spinoff is epanding its range of connectivity in response to client demand.
The vendor normalizes Eurex data into its proprietary format so clients don't need to write to a new format.
Software provider Rival Systems has launched Rival Risk, its new enterprise-wide risk management platform.
Cardinal officials say the Rival platform handles "vast amounts of data" faster than others, reducing the risk of stale quotes.
Rival Systems has launched its new low-latency derivatives trading and risk management platform, Rival Trader.
The company is headed by Ronin Capital alum, Robert D'Arco.