Redline announces InRush deal for Nasdaq eSpeed

Market data provider Redline will now offer its InRush platform to Nasdaq eSpeed.

Redline trading solutions has announced the extension of its InRush ticker plant to support Nasdaq eSpeed, giving its customers access to a large market for fixed income trading.

The market data provider, founded in 2008, will now provide global market data from over 130 venues ensuring it is normalised and delivered to trading applications using the InRush platform.

Nasdaq eSpeed, an order book for electronic trading in US Treasuries, will be able to use the new feed handler to allow for increased support for latency-sensitive trades.

“A growing number of our clients are interested in electronic trading of US Treasuries, which attracted us to partner with Nasdaq eSpeed,” said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline trading solutions.

“Our high-performance market data technology, coupled with the highly efficient Nasdaq eSpeed protocol, offers our clients improved market insights, performance, and trading opportunities.”

 Oliver Albers, vice president global information services Nasdaq OMX also spoke about the new partnership.

“Through this collaboration, Redline clients can now benefit from Nasdaq eSpeed’s support for low-latency connectivity and the ability to drill down to the micro-structure of the market for analysis.”