SpryWare develops LSE, Chi-X and Bats Europe feed handlers

Source: SpryWare

SpryWare, a premier provider of Ultra Low Latency feed-handlers and direct market data technology, today announced development of new feed handlers for the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the multi-lateral trading facilities CHI-X Europe and Bats Europe.

The feed handlers were developed over the summer and are currently being tested with a group of existing clients. General release of the feed handlers is expected for the beginning of the 4th quarter.

For SpryWare this is a natural step toward moving into international markets. "Up to this point, we have focused mainly on the North American exchanges" says Michael Kreutzjans, Director and Co-founder of SpryWare, "and with a fast growing client base and increasing expectations the timing was good to expand internationally. Our clients have enjoyed our 'Low Latency - Small Hardware Footprint' solutions in the US and have asked us to provide the same in Europe" continues Kreutzjans.

SpryWare's new feed handlers are deployed as part of their flagship tickerplant product, the Market Information Server, MISTM, in the global data center provider Equinix's LD4 data center located in Slough, UK. Similar to SpryWare's recent expansion into Equinix's NY4 data center in New Jersey, the London data center is a state of the art facility allowing for rapid high-performance deployments.

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