LMAX Taps Metamako to Replace Taps

Upgrading its technology to incorporate Metamako's switches will allow LMAX to consolidate aggregation and network tapping functions.

Exablaze Grows Low-Latency Data Switch Family

Melbourne, Australia-based low-latency switch provider Exablaze has unveiled ExaLink Fusion, a full-service low-latency switch aimed at high-frequency and algorithmic traders for incoming market data distribution and for sending trade orders back to…

Metamako Taps Covington to Drive European Expansion

Metamako, an Australian provider of low-latency switch appliances for high-frequency trading, has enlisted data industry veteran Kevin Covington to set up a European infrastructure to support an expansion of its business into the region.

Metamako Unveils 48-Port Switch for Expanded Data Distribution

Startup Australian low-latency technology provider Metamako has released a 48-port version of its MetaConnect switch, dubbed MetaConnect 48, which will enable latency-sensitive capital markets participants to fan out data to three times as many devices…

Metamako Updates MetaConnect Switch, Touts STAC Stats

Startup Australian low-latency technology provider Metamako has made a number of updates to its MetaConnect switch, to make it easier for exchanges and high-frequency trading firms to manage the switch in an enterprise environment.

xCelor Debuts Single-Digit Nanosecond Data Switches

Chicago-based low-latency switching and data technology vendor xCelor has begun rolling out its family of xPort Layer 1 network switches, which replicate data from feeds without performing other processing tasks, to minimize port-to-port latency to…

Exablaze Preps New NIC, 40GigE Support

Australian low-latency networking technology vendor Exablaze, a spin-off from highi-frequency trading firm Zomojo, is developing a stripped-down version of its ExaNIC network interface card, and is building support into its products for 40 Gigabit…

S&P CapIQ Taps Arista to Speed Data

S&P Capital IQ Real-Time Solutions (formerly French low-latency data vendor QuantHouse, which S&P acquired last year) is leveraging switch technology vendor Arista Networks' EOS (Extensible Operating System) to improve the performance of its QuantLink…

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