InfoDyne Corporation, a leading provider of exchange feed ticker plant technology, today announced that Telekurs (USA), a leading provider of real-time pricing information and fundamental data on securities from over 200 global exchanges, has renewed its license, and will continue use of InfoDyne's TPS+Plus ticker plant software to power its market data services in the Americas.
For the past two years, Telekurs' US-based ticker plant has employed InfoDyne's TPS+Plus technology to process real-time content fed from American exchanges and seamlessly blend fundamental and international content fed from the company's central global ticker, which is based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Importantly, the close working relationship between InfoDyne and Telekurs (USA) also gave rise to integration of MDFstream, Telekurs' real-time broadcast global market data feed, with direct exchange feeds supported by InfoDyne's TPS+Plus product suite. This means that joint customers can have seamless integration of critical, latency-intolerant feeds with the global, consolidated market data provided by Telekurs.
The companies are in deep discussions with several financial institutions, which they hope to be able to disclose in the coming weeks.
"Telekurs (USA) is very pleased with the InfoDyne TPS+Plus ticker plant solution, as it provides a quality backbone for the ever-growing market data infrastructure required to support US and global volumes," said Barry Raskin, President of Telekurs (USA). "InfoDyne's TPS+Plus has proven to be a reliable, extensible service that we are comfortable relying upon and recommending."
"InfoDyne is very pleased that Telekurs (USA) has decided to renew their license and we are looking forward to continuing to work with them to provide high performance solutions meeting the evolving business and technical requirements of the financial community we both serve," said Guy Tagliavia, President of InfoDyne. "More than anything, we work hard to satisfy our customer needs and it is always gratifying when a customer decides to extend their usage of our products and services."