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Man Investments deploys InfoDyne's B-Pipe feed handlers

22 January 2008  |  2518 views  |  0 Source: InfoDyne Corporation

InfoDyne Corporation, a leading provider of low latency, high performance market data technology, today announced that Man Investments, a global leader in alternative investment products and solutions, has deployed InfoDyne's TPS+Plus feed handlers for Bloomberg's B-Pipe on Demand (BPOD) datafeeds.

The solution provided seamless integration of BPOD within Man's existing RMDS production system.

InfoDyne's TPS+Plus BPOD feed handlers seamlessly integrate Bloomberg's global datafeed with Reuters RMDS system, making Bloomberg's information available to standard RMDS displays and other RMDS applications. The solution allows customers to interactively subscribe to the subset of data they need from the Bloomberg data feed, performs field and data translation, and makes access to Bloomberg's data cost effective and efficient.

"The InfoDyne solution integrates nicely within our existing production systems and applications and allowed us to overcome many of the complexities inherent in getting two vendors products to work together. We were able to introduce a new source of data onto our production RMDS environment, without having to rewrite our applications. We also found that InfoDyne's products exhibit superior quality and met our performance and reliability requirements above all the other vendors we tested," said Gary Collier, responsible for Man's market data.

"We are very pleased that Man Investments has chosen InfoDyne's integration solution for BPOD on RMDS. InfoDyne's solution is a result of its strong push to continue providing the trading and investment community with new products that are seamless and fully featured," said Karen Holmes, Head of Marketing at InfoDyne.

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