ASX Presses Forward with DataSphere Buildout

The initiative's aim is to capture more of the exchange's internal data to commercialize that useful information for the investment community.


While the coronavirus has caused yet another disruption to the Australian Securities Exchange’s planned CHESS replacement project rollout, the operator is still pushing forward with several other major projects.

On Monday, ASX opened up DataSphere to third parties looking to partner with the exchange to solve data challenges. Since launching late last year, the data science platform has expanded the volume of datasets under its umbrella to include data from outside entities. 

Going forward

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