Source: CMS Webview
CMS WebView plc (CMS), an international systems and software provider, and Radianz, the leading global provider of financial connectivity services, today announced that CMS will make available its TDI™ Feed of real-time futures and options data through Radianz’s shared market infrastructure.
CMS customers taking the TDI Feed through Radianz’s shared market infrastructure platform will receive a high-speed wholesale supply of real-time data from a range of the world's leading futures exchanges. The TDI Feed is offered in various formats including Financial Information eXchange (FIX) and the default protocol from individual exchanges. The benefit of the TDI Feed is that customers can choose the frequency of data delivery, with options such as real-time, delayed, snapshot or end-of-day, on an exchange-by-exchange basis.
Bob Antell, Chief Executive of CMS, commented: "We are extremely excited about offering TDI Feed access to the Radianz community. Among the many advantages of Radianz are its global reach and high levels of security and reliability. Through the Radianz connection we will significantly increase the market for TDI Feed, making it available to the thousands of financial institutions that already are in the Radianz community."
Chris Church, Executive VP, Strategic Client Development at Radianz, said: "CMS provides unique real-time market data in a FIX format, which makes it a perfect fit for the Radianz community. Our customers want fast, secure and reliable access to the destinations they need to reach, and we are pleased to add the CMS TDI Feed to the growing list of market data resources available through Radianz."
CMS is one of 140 providers making available its services over Radianz’s shared connectivity platform, which can be accessed through one fully managed connection. Radianz provides a neutral platform with a global reach to more than 10,000 financial services sites worldwide.