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QuantHouse to offer order routing service to clients located in LSE hosting facility

08 September 2010  |  2347 views  |  0 Source: London Stock Exchange

The London Stock Exchange today announced that QuantHouse is to offer an ultra low latency order routing service to clients located in the Exchange's hosting facility.

The new order routing service operates on QuantLINK, an ultra fast network, and provides access to all major European and US execution venues.

Quanthouse is offering all LSE hosted clients a free one month trial of the new order routing services, alongside its multiple market data feeds. Both services are available within the Exchange's central London data centre, strategically located to provide optimal average latency to multiple UK trading venues.

Antoine Shagoury, Chief Information Officer, London Stock Exchange Group, said: "Our aim is to enhance the Exchange's Hosting value proposition to our co-location clients.. The combination of this new low latency order routing service, existing global market data service, and market centre proximity will enable our clients to efficiently execute multi-market trading strategies from our central London location. "

Pierre-François Filet, CEO & co-Founder of QuantHouse, commented: "All London Stock Exchange co-located clients now have access to end-to-end value added services giving them immediate access to global low latency trading infrastructures. We are very proud to be part of this innovative, cutting edge solution which will become a benchmark for the global trading community".

Exchange Hosting provides sub-millisecond access to all the London Stock Exchange Group's markets, allowing firms to physically locate their servers as close as possible to the Exchange's matching engines.

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