Market data feed handlers and latency analysis tools aimed at high-frequency traders have been unveiled by specialist technology providers.
SR Labs has launched a hosted version of its ultra-low latency, multi-asset class market data feed handler for high-frequency clients in North America, Europe and Asia.
Options IT, a provider of global Infrastructure-as-a-Service technology management, will supply SR Labs with the market data and technology infrastructure to support the new offering. SR Labs said the new hosted solution will offer clients a high-performance, global feed handler that is fully redundant and quickly deployed in a cost efficient manner.
High-frequency trading shops can use the hosted feed-handler to support the integration of market data into high-performance trading applications and to optimise models deployed in exchange co-location facilities.
7ticks, a provider of low-latency managed services, is to offer Correlix’s RaceTeam latency analysis capabilities to help its high-frequency clients to monitor in real-time and manage the latency incurred when trading on US and European liquidity venues.
7ticks will also use the services of Correlix, a supplier of objective latency measurement solutions, to conduct in-depth latency and performance analysis on its own low-latency trading infrastructure.
Correlix’s RaceTeam service is designed to facilitate greater insight into trading latency at the transaction level to optimise trading strategies, improve trade execution and accelerate inter-party latency problem resolution.
Separately, a new ‘best of breed’ feed handler and market data solution is being brought to market jointly by NETbuilder, a financial services technology and consulting services provider, and high-speed data transfer solutions firm B2N.
The offering will enable B2N customers to access NETbuilder’s suite of low-latency feed handlers and order and trade management tools, while NETbuilder customers will benefit from B2N’s feed management, ticker plant, consolidated order book and complementary set of feed handlers for multiple venues.
“Components from both companies have been integrated seamlessly to achieve high standards of performance,” said Roger Golesworthy, financial services director, NETbuilder.