Nyse Technologies launches feed handlers for OSE derivatives platform

Source: Nyse Euronext

Nyse Technologies, the commercial technology unit of Nyse Euronext (NYX), today announced the successful addition of the Osaka Stock Exchange's new J-Gate derivatives feed to their low latency, loss less and high availability market data platform.

Designed to meet the demands of some of the industry's most sophisticated traders, the platform offers all the OSE's new and enhanced data feeds with NYSE Technologies' renowned speed, support and service.

"The NYSE Technologies market data platform and feed handler suite have continually evolved alongside the global capital markets and we're very pleased to add the OSE's J-GATE to our list of venues in Asia," said Peter Tierney, Senior Vice President, NYSE Technologies. "These products combine a robust set of features with unmatched reliability and performance. This new release offers the full depth of book as well as the conflated order books for J-GATE, along with several value added features for our customers."

Coinciding with the Feb. 14 launch of J-GATE, NYSE Technologies' market data platform and feed handlers were made available to firms throughout Asia. This data solution deploys with either Local Direct Memory Access (LDMA) or Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) middleware and supports data presentation in Japanese or Western book formats. With its speed and its small data center footprint, this solution has already been installed by a number of clients in the OSE's co-location site.

Since 2009, NYSE Technologies has focused on building enhanced trading support solutions like its market data platform and feed handler suite for all major Asian markets. Support for the J-GATE feeds bring the number of Asian markets available on the platform to more than 20. Design and development is already underway for Singapore Exchange's new trading platform, Reach and the Tokyo Stock Exchange's new Tdex+ futures trading platform, both are expected to go live in the third-quarter 2011.

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