"We are moving quickly to support all European exchanges in response to strong customer demand,” notes Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions.
Woburn, Mass. (PRWEB) June 10, 2014
Redline Trading Solutions, the premier provider of ultra-low latency market data and order execution systems, today announced the addition of four more European equity and futures exchanges to its portfolio of over 120 global trading venues.
The equity venues added to existing European equity support include the London Stock Exchange, LSE Group’s Turquoise Exchange, and NYSE Euronext’s Cash L1 & L2 markets.
Redline also announced support for the Eurex derivatives market, which adds to existing European futures support on CME Globex and ICE. These solutions provide comprehensive market data, order and risk management.
“We are moving quickly to support all European exchanges in response to strong customer demand,” notes Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions. “Support for these venues will allow firms to leverage our ultra-low latency market data and order execution capabilities to improve their trading performance while reducing their capital and operating costs.”
Trading applications can receive market data from Redline’s InRush™ 3 Ticker Plant either via the InRush API or through industry-standard APIs such as OpenMAMA™.
Redline Trading Solutions will showcase its highly optimized ticker plant and order execution gateway in Booth #42 at the International Derivatives Expo (IDX) in London on June 10-11.
For more information, contact Redline at +1 781 995 3403 or [email protected]
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