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.
Officials say the deal will allow xCelor to focus on its network applications business, while Metamako will take over the provision of underlying switching technology, expanding its own FPGA switch business. Wei-Shen Wong reports.
Officials say the integration will eliminate latency associated with the processes of book-building from market data feeds.
The switch gives users new choices around filtering symbols and per-port portocol and format assignment.
Aggarwal's 30 years of experience in network engineering and business developement will help drive xCelor's strategy and growth.
The vendor has also begun building its own FPGA boards to support its switches and feed handlers.
The recent furor over high-frequency trading prompted by Michael Lewis’ book Flash Boys has led many to think that the only source of innovation in financial markets is making things faster, so that some kind of banker-sandman phantom can steal Granny’s…
Chicago-based low-latency switch and data technology provider xCelor has released a new version of its XPM switch series, XPM², that allows users to run their own applications on the switch itself, and adds features for filtering incoming multicast…
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…
As it becomes prohibitively expensive to be among the fastest players, Max says firms are realizing that trading isn’t a 100-meter sprint, but more of a “tough mudder,” where speed alone isn’t a sustainable differentiator unless accompanied by strategy.
Vendors ally to slash data latency using microwave radio frequencies with fiber-optic backup, using xCelor's bandwidth-reducing FPGA-based Market Feed Handlers.