CQG cuts latency through DMA gateways
25 November 2008 | 2025 views | 0
CQG, Inc. is pleased to announce a new network of hosted direct market access gateways designed to reduce electronic trading latency for its global customer base. The new infrastructure features exchange gateways in Chicago, London, Singapore, and Sydney
CQG's hosted execution network is designed to take advantage of exchange proximity, providing traders access to local markets with the lowest possible latency while maintaining access to global markets via CQG's fault-tolerant backbone.
CQG's 40-plus partner clearing firms benefit from being able to easily provide scalable electronic trading connectivity to a global client base with no additional infrastructure cost. Firms are also able to manage risk centrally through CQG's industry-leading risk management module.
"Our distributed DMA gateway model allows us to provide both firms and traders with compelling performance and value. CQG enables firms to connect more traders to more markets in less time and with better risk controls. Our traders love the performance and efficient combination of market data, analytics, and execution in one application," said Rod Giffen, CQG's Global Head of Sales and Support.