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IPC signs for Datacom market data feed monitoring appliance

15 January 2013  |  1127 views  |  0 Source: Datacom Systems

Datacom Systems today announced that IPC Systems, a leading provider of voice and electronic trading communications solutions to the world's top financial services firms and global enterprises, will be the first customer to deploy the new TradeView appliance, the revolutionary breakthrough in the realtime monitoring of market data feeds - delivering 5x the speed at half the cost of traditional monitoring tools.

TradeView will be deployed in Connexus, IPC's rapidly expanding financial extranet, making IPC a major global player in the data connectivity for financial institutions. IPC will also be using Datacom Systems' network taps and aggregation switches. Because TradeView is ideally suited to wide-scale deployments that are not currently addressed by existing solutions, IPC selected the Datacom Systems product for the IPC network. TradeView almost instantly detects multicast sequence gaps or microbursts, and can provide analysis simultaneously on up to 4 x 10 Gbit/s links.

Tim Carmody, VP Network Services Engineering at IPC said "IPC is pleased to be using Datacom Systems' equipment as part of the comprehensive monitoring capabilities of mission critical data flows across our network. TradeView is particularly innovative and allows IPC to distribute advanced monitoring capabilities to many more locations than is possible with conventional monitoring approaches."

Kevin Formby, President and CEO of Datacom Systems, said "We are pleased to be working with IPC in the first major deployment of TradeView on a global basis. TradeView offers the ability to monitor the market data rates of up to 60 million messages a second of real time Exchange data, at a substantially lower cost than traditional approaches."

TradeView is part of a portfolio of solutions from Datacom Systems, known as Datacom Trading Solutions. This portfolio is highly focused on meeting the tough requirements of networking in the financial markets. It was specifically developed in consultation with many trading companies across the globe. 

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