As part of the migration of derivatives exchange NYSE Liffe to its parent group’s Universal Trading Platform (UTP), connectivity technology provider Atrium Network has announced that UTP derivatives will be added to its platform, initially as a test environment.
According to Atrium, connectivity to the test environment gives its customers the opportunity to actively stress test their trading connectivity prior to the UTP Derivatives service going live in June 2010.
Atrium Network clients will be able to access UTP derivatives through a simple, resilient point of connection to their community extranet.
Atrium Network is offering low-latency access to NYSE Euronext futures and options markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris in addition to its existing offering of equities, derivatives and financial derivatives. UTP is NYSE Euronext’s single point of connectivity and matching engine for all its trading operations.
“We believe that the combination of NYSE Euronext’s high performance Universal Trading Platform and high speed, resilient access via Atrium Network’s connectivity technology, will help our customers realise the trading opportunities on offer in Europe,” said Emmanuel Carjat, CEO, Atrium Network.