Open Platform: Reducing Latent Tendencies

Craig Denton

In electronic trading, speed matters. That’s why over the last five years, brokerages have embraced co-location and proximity trading—moving their servers close to the matching engines of trading venues—to gain advantages of a few milliseconds per trade that have to potential to be worth millions per year. This is in addition to deployment of Gigabit Ethernet infrastructure and software optimization techniques.

Consultancy Tabb Group recently surveyed CIOs and trading officers at several sell

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