StreamBase connects to Lime Brokerage

Source: StreamBase Systems

StreamBase Systems, a leading provider of Complex Event Processing (CEP) technology and Lime Brokerage, a leading agency broker in the high-frequency trading space, announced that StreamBase is now certified with the Lime Trading System.

StreamBase enables connectivity to Lime's Citrius market data feed and order placement via FIX through its Complex Event Processing (CEP) platform. The connectivity will allow StreamBase clients to access Lime's high-speed execution platform for US equities, derivatives, ETFs, futures and options.

"The StreamBase adapter to Lime Brokerage Citrius market data and FIX engine allows us to seamlessly connect our proprietary trading system to multiple markets for both data and execution. StreamBase is a natural fit for implementation to Lime Brokerage because both platforms are highly focused on enabling superior low latency market data and trading. The big win from our perspective is to gain from Lime Brokerage capabilities, while shifting application development for dynamic order routing and trade execution to the StreamBase CEP platform," said Eric Pritchett, CEO of PhaseCapital, a customer of both StreamBase Systems and Lime Brokerage.

"Including Lime Brokerage in the range of connectivity offered via the StreamBase CEP platform provides our customers access to multiple US exchanges and also allows them to take advantage of the high-speed execution platform offered by StreamBase and the Lime Trading System," said Mark Palmer, CEO of StreamBase. "This announcement demonstrates StreamBase's continued commitment to providing rapid connectivity options, in this case the Lime Trading System."

"George Hessler, Executive Vice President of Lime said, "We are pleased that StreamBase has enabled Lime connectivity for their customers. Both StreamBase and Lime are leaders in supporting high frequency, low latency trading for clients."

StreamBase's connectivity to Lime will be generally available in an upcoming release of StreamBase in early Spring 2009.

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