CQG has announced its co-location at the Singapore Exchange (SGX) data centre. That centre has been specifically built to meet the hosting requirements of the financial community.
It places CQG’s trading infrastructure proximate to the SGX matching engine.
This will gives users of their platform quicker speed and performance in receiving market data and in trading futures.
As well as co-location at the SGX data centre, the firm plans to establish a connection to the SGX Derivatives Market Direct Feed. Both will combine to provide low-latency access to SGX. The derivatives feed provides real-time price information on futures and options contracts, including information about order volumes at each price.
For customers using any of CQG’s trading products, co-location at the SGX data centre allows them to connect via CQG Direct, the company’s connectivity method. This gives them access via CQG’s co-located servers at the exchange.
The firm provides trade routing, global market data, and technical analysis. It partners with more than eighty futures commission merchants and provides direct market access to more than forty exchanges through its global network of co-located hosted exchange gateways. It is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.