Officials say the Dashboard platform provides a "desktop-like" charting experience within a web browser.
The Go West consortium describes its mission as "to create more efficient access to global financial markets by offering the fastest and lowest latency route between Chicago and Tokyo... at a reasonable cost."
Officials say the move will significantly reduce latency within CME's Aurora datacenter.
YData will focus on providing datasets of event types not already covered by other data providers.
Honoré's hire is part of a broader initiative by the exchange to leverage derived data as a revenue stream.
Multi-year license will allow both companies to explore bitcoin derivatives opportunities
Sheehy will bring a decade of experience at Zacks, plus additional experience of stock analysis, to his new role at Barchart
The ownership stake will support the continued joint development of sustainable investment products and related tools.
Browne will leverage his 16 years of experience serving the commodities markets with data to expand AgriCharts' presence.
The connectivity will allow a more diverse range of market participants to connect to the exchange, officials say.
The arrangement will allow CME clients to connecto to other markets worldwide from CME's co-location center via BSO's network.
Officials say the integration will eliminate latency associated with the processes of book-building from market data feeds.
Naumann's hire follows the appointment of former YCharts and Morningstar exec Jeremy Diamond in Chicago a year ago.
Former CME exec Smith will head the business area that licenses FTSE Russell's indexes for the creation of derivative products.
The vendor is pursuing a hybrid approach of expanding in-house sales while enlisting USAM to help it grow outside its core market.
With IPC providing connectivity between the US and Singapore, SGX will be able to extend its services to a broader range of market participants in North America.
The vendor has hired two local staff to provide a presence to support Chicago-based clients and new business.
With coverage of our Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference taking center stage in this week’s Inside Market Data, debating new initiatives such as the planned Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program—and its unexpected, indefinite delay—and the…
New connectivity points will make it easier for firms to trade on CME and TOCOM via a single connection
Expanded co-lo presence will provide more connectivity choices for Chicago-based trading firms.
Nasdaq's new PoP will provide low-latency access to eSpeed and its equities and derivatives markets.
Low-latency fiber network provider CFN Services has unveiled an ultra-low-latency microwave connectivity network that transports CME Group market data between Chicago and New York with latency of between 8.4 and 8.7 milliseconds──5.5 milliseconds faster…
The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (Tocom) has deployed Japanese datacenter and hosting provider KVH's global Ether-WAN network to connect between KVH's TDC1proximity datacenter in Tokyo and CME Group's datacenters in Aurora, Illinois and at 350 East Cermak…
Ridgeland, MS-based low-latency fiber network operator Spread Networks has set up a point of presence for its wavelength data network between New York and Chicago at NYSE Euronext's datacenter at Mahwah, NJ, creating roundtrip latency of around 14…