QuantHouse connects to BT Radianz

Source: BT Radianz

BT Radianz, one of the leading global providers of financial services connectivity, announced today that Quant House, a provider of ultra low latency market data feeds and solutions for quant traders, will use BT Radianz's shared market infrastructure to expand access to its market data services, including QuantFeed.

Quant House provides ultra low latency market data feeds and solutions for quant traders and latency sensitive financial institutions. The technology includes feed handlers which, through a single API, enable sub-millisecond connectivity to direct exchanges and aggregated vendor feeds. Clients have the choice to use this software technology with their direct market data or use Quant House as a market data vendor.

Distribution through BT Radianz will enable Quant House to reach more than 10,000 financial institution locations around the world. BT Radianz provides low latency, resilient, fully redundant connectivity and, access to market data feeds directly from many of the largest global exchanges.

Stephane Leroy, Head of Global Sales & Marketing, Quant House, said: "More than a decade ago, full end-to-end automatic financial processes such as black box trading or direct market data feeds sourcing were concepts that only a few leading hedge fund experts were working on. With the advent of such a new way to trade, a brand new technology has been created to meet the needs of the early adopters. Quant House is clearly one of those next generation providers, and we are happy to distribute our service over the BT Radianz shared market infrastructure."

David Stopforth, Head of European Sales, BT Radianz, said: "Market data feeds are a critical part of the investment process, especially with the new policies proposed under MiFID. BT Radianz's connectivity will make it easier for clients to receive the Quant House market data feed. Our network provides fast, direct access for the distribution of market data that will help the industry meet regulatory and compliance demands."

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