Tbricks launches managed trading infrastructure

Source: Tbrinks

Tbricks, the provider of next generation automated trading systems, today announced Tbricks OnDemand. Go from concept to launch with no installation, no overhead, no hardware investments.

Tbricks OnDemand is powered by QuantLINK and QuantFEED from S&P Capital IQ's Real Time solutions.

Tbricks OnDemand is a fully managed trading infrastructure with native connectivity, or DMA and normalised market data through QuantFEED, to major cash and derivatives exchanges, MTFs and brokers. Built with colocation in mind for professional traders and market makers, it is a complete package encompassing network, hardware, market data and order routing.

"Offering Tbricks as a managed service enables our clients to focus exclusively on their core business and leaving all matters concerning their technology infrastructure to us" said Jonas Hansbo, CEO, Tbricks. "By using Tbricks as a managed service supplier, our clients benefit from a greatly reduced need for internal technology resources, reduced operational risk and time to market benefits."

"The inclusion of QuantLINK and QuantFEED into Tbricks will provide its clients with distinguishing competitive advantage in terms of flexibility, low latency and performance" concluded Stephane Leroy, Vice-President, Head of Global Real Time Solutions at S&P Capital IQ. "Tbricks' decision to employ S&P Capital IQ's Real Time solutions, once again demonstrates the quality and reliability of our services, as recognized by the market."

QuantLINK is a trading infrastructure combining QuantHouse proprietary fiber optic network interconnecting the heart of the exchanges with proximity hosting at the source. QuantFEED is the company's end-to-end ultra-low latency normalized market data feed.

Tbricks OnDemand can be used both by firms wishing to outsource their entire Tbricks infrastructure as well as those looking to add new market access to their existing Tbricks deployment.

Tbricks OnDemand services are immediately available in Stockholm, London, Frankfurt and Chicago.

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