Market data provider Thomson Reuters has launched a new ultra-low-latency market data solution to the International Securities Exchange (ISE), the US electronic options exchange.
The Reuters Data Feed Direct will enable clients to access ISE’s Depth of Market Feed, which disseminates five levels of equity options prices aggregated by quantity.
Market participants can deploy the new solution from in-house, co-located at the exchange or at a Thomson Reuters hosting centre.
Engineered with low standard deviation across current and forecasted market data rates, the new data feed is targeted at high-frequency traders.
Jeff Soule, head of market data at ISE, said: “ISE is committed to providing low-latency, direct access to our market data for active trading firms looking to improve their market making efficiencies and enhance their trading decisions.”
ISE is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eurex, the global derivatives exchange jointly owned by Deutsche Börse and SIX Swiss Exchange.
Thomson Reuters has more than 50 premium low-latency venues available via direct exchange connectivity, in addition to more than 300 markets available via real-time feed solutions.