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Azul Zing gets Redline Trading certification

20 May 2014  |  1438 views  |  0 Source: Azul Systems

Azul Systems, the award-winning leader in Java runtime scalability, today announced that the Zing runtime for Java is fully certified with the Redline Trading Solutions platform.

Designed for ultra-low latency market data and order execution, the Redline Trading platform now supports Zing for its customers that want to develop trading strategies in Java while ensuring highly consistent, low-latency execution for trading equities, options, futures and FX.

"Increasingly, we are seeing customers that want to gain the benefits of Java application deployment without compromising the ultra-low latency capabilities of Redline Trading's ticker plant and order execution gateway," said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading. "For these-low latency, mission-critical applications, Azul's Zing minimizes jitter to help ensure the best tick-to-trade latency and determinism."

"Zing is widely recognized as the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) standard within the low-latency financial sector," said Scott Sellers, co-founder and CEO of Azul Systems. "By certifying Zing, Redline is enabling its customers to build and deploy Java-based custom trading strategies that are flexible and responsive, while delivering consistent ultra-low latency performance." 

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