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Vienna Stock Exchange rolls out low latency data feed

14 January 2013  |  1686 views  |  0 Source: Vienna Stock Exchange

As of today, the Vienna Stock Exchange, a subsidiary of the CEE Stock Exchange Group (CEESEG) which also includes the stock exchanges of Budapest, Ljubljana and Prague, will start a new low latency market data service for vendors and other non-member parties interested in CEESEG low latency market data.

The new high speed data feed provides enhanced market data connectivity to all Xetra markets of CEESEG. So far, three of the four exchanges - Ljubljana, Prague and Vienna - use this internationally well-known trading system. This new high speed data feed permits one to benefit from high-performance, flexible and low footprint access with new programmable interfaces. Moreover, the improved feed is designed for high frequency and algo trading, and provides the complete trade chronology and un-netted pre-trade order book data up to an order book depth of 20. Users can connect to the rapidADH through the Vienna data centers access points and via separate leased line connections with a recommended bandwidth of 10Mbit/s, which can be used jointly for the current ADH service and the new rapidADH. 

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