SpryWare updates OneTick adapter

Source: SpryWare

SpryWare a premier provider of Ultra Low Latency feed handlers and direct market data technology, today announced the release of a new adapter for the OneTick product from OneMarketData.

The OneTick adapter to the SpryWare Market Information ServerTM normalizes all tick data including level I, full depth and corrections/cancellations and inserts it into OneTick's in-memory database where it is immediately available for query and analysis. Historical archives are updated nightly. The SpryWare Market Information Server also is integrated with the OneTick CEP which allows users to generate real-time signals and analytics on streaming market data.

"The OneTick adapter provides a powerful combination" says Daniel Curry, Director of Sales of SpryWare, "of our ultra-low latency feed handlers with OneMarket Data's OneTick. OneTick offers a robust analytical research platform using stored data and a CEP solution that runs in real-time. The combined offering is highly efficient, resulting in an overall lower cost of ownership" continues Curry.

"We are excited to add SpryWare's ultra low latency market data feeds to our comprehensive suite of feed handlers for OneTick," said Leonid Frants, principal and founder of OneMarketData. "SpryWare's real-time and historical market data feeds are a great complement to OneTick's unique database and complex event processing functionality as they enable users to leverage one integrated solution for all their real-time market data management needs."

OneMarketData has also integrated the SpryWare FASTOR product which allows for a complete archive of every trade and quote for all major equities, options and futures exchanges. The integration allows OneTick users access to enormous volumes of historical data from one unified database eliminating the need for costly integrations or duplicate coding.

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