Fundamental Interactions Integrates for FX Order Routing and Market Data Aggregation

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FX added to the list of supported asset classes within The Neutron Trading Appliance

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Ultra-low latency routing and market data aggregation for equities, options, futures and FX.

Fundamental Interactions Inc, a leading provider of low latency trading infrastructure is pleased to announce the full integration of the foreign exchange asset class into its flagship product, the Neutron Trading Appliance. Clients can now access multiple major FX ECNs via a simple connection to the Fundamental Interactions hosted solution or directly from their own servers.

The FX integration at Fundamental Interactions comes in response to demand from within the existing customer base. Client firms actively trading options and futures on currencies required the ability to execute in the underlying currency pairs. Cognizant of a continuing trend towards greater fragmentation in the FX markets, Fundamental Interactions delivers a unique solution that combines ultra-low latency routing and market data aggregation for equities, options, futures and FX.

Client firms can deploy the Neutron Trading Appliance anywhere in the world in a matter of few hours by simply downloading and configuring the appliance software on their local server. Firms trading securities across borders can now utilize the FIN system for currency conversion for the settlement of equities trades.

About Fundamental Interactions Inc

Rising to challenges and opportunities posed by regulation, technology and market structure - Fundamental Interactions Inc engineers global, multi-asset trading appliances which deliver targeted business advantages to broker dealers, hedge funds and proprietary trading firms. The company's products fall into three primary categories: 'FIN - Trading Appliance', 'FIN - Virtual Exchange' and 'FIN - FastProxy'.

Contact FI sales for more information: 212-845-9077 ex 0 / sales(at)fundamentalinteractions.com

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