SunGard's Fame Feed market data solution now provides financial institutions and public sector organizations with complete global coverage of real-time prices using SIX Telekurs' Market Data Feed (MDF) combined with Fame's North American data and modern delivery infrastructure. SunGard's Fame Feed is a high-speed digital feed of real-time exchange and market data that integrates with user desktops, databases and calculation engines.
SunGard's Fame Feed and SIX Telekurs' MDF provide a single data source of world-wide exchange and pricing data. They help support increasing message volumes with greater efficiency and stability, and help meet customer needs for data distribution and connectivity to business applications.
Fame Feed can be integrated with vendor or custom-built algorithmic trading applications, Web portals and back-office systems to test trading strategies, analyze intraday risk, monitor credit and margin exposures in real-time, or perform additional functions that organizations require. It also works seamlessly with other Fame solutions providing time series data, analysis, alerts and distribution and access tools. In addition, SunGard's ticker plant technology helps to provide customers with more efficient and cost-effective set-up and integration.
Sourcing data on over 5 million instruments from every corner of the globe, SIX Telekurs' MDF is a normalized real-time feed that provides consolidated data in one single consistent format, regardless of where in the world the data originates.
Gerry Murphy, president of SunGard's brokerage and clearance business, said, "Today's financial services organizations need to be vigilant in their ability to support risk analysis, meet fiduciary responsibilities, and reduce costs. With complete global coverage, SunGard's Fame now provides firms with a more efficient and cost-effective alternative to existing aggregated feeds, while its long track record of service and reliability makes it suitable for supporting mission critical applications on or off the trading floor."