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Bids TRading rolls out Nyse Technologies SuperFeed

18 May 2009  |  2083 views  |  0 Source: Nyse Euronext

Nyse Technologies, the commercial technology division of Nyse Euronext (NYX) and a world leader in microsecond feed handlers, announced that Bids Trading has implemented its SuperFeed product.

SuperFeed is NYSE Technologies' fully-managed data ticker plant offering the extensive global market coverage of the SFTI network combined with the proven microsecond latency and unmatched flexibility of the Data Fabric middleware.

"NYSE Technologies offers one of the world's most comprehensive collections of products and services that meet nearly any set of needs in today's fast-paced market," said Mark Schaedel, Senior Vice President, Global Market Data Products, NYSE Euronext. "The requirements for a platform like the one for BIDS Trading included extraordinary speed, unquestioned reliability and superior support. BIDS Trading's decision to adopt SuperFeed validates our technology's global coverage, flexibility and operational efficiencies."

"Having the most current market data feeds and technology are an absolute necessity for BIDS Trading and its users," said Tim Mahoney, CEO of BIDS Trading. "NYSE Technologies' SuperFeed was the clear choice in terms of performance, cost and breadth of service across global markets. We are pleased to add their unmatched speed and reliability to our trading platform."

Offering an advanced suite of enterprise solutions for real-time market data distribution and integration, NYSE Technologies' Feed Handler Suite provides microsecond data transmission via the SFTI network between global markets and more than 160 high-speed direct exchange and aggregated vendor feed handlers. Utilizing high capacity, multi-protocol messaging middleware, NYSE Technologies offers customers the fastest, most flexible engine for maximizing trading data from around the world. Highly adaptable and completely customizable, NYSE Technologies' market data solutions can be offered as fully deployed, hosted, managed or on-demand services.

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