Source: TMX Atrium
TMX Atrium, provider of smarter infrastructure solutions for the financial community, today announced the connection of SuperDerivatives to NASDAQ OMX's London-based trading venue, NLX.
SuperDerivatives, a market data and derivatives technology company, originally connected to TMX Atrium via VPN (Virtual Private Network) for rapid access to NASDAQ OMX NLX. Enabling rapid access to the NLX platform allowed SuperDerivatives to develop market data feed tests from NASDAQ OMX NLX, aiding early price formation and bringing a greater level of transparency to the major traded derivative classes. SuperDerivatives has now added connectivity using the TMX Atrium platform in both London and New Jersey for production purposes.
Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium said, "We are delighted that SuperDerivatives, a major ISV operating in multiple derivatives markets, has joined TMX Atrium's fast-growing community of venues, buy-side participants, ISVs, market data vendors and clearing houses. TMX Atrium's sole focus on servicing the needs of the financial services community and its ability to deliver flexible connectivity supported SuperDerivatives' access into the NASDAQ OMX NLX venue using their existing infrastructure."
Yuval Levy, Chief Technology Officer, SuperDerivatives added, "We were impressed by TMX Atrium's capability to connect SuperDerivatives quickly and easily and allow interconnectivity into NASDAQ OMX during the development phase. We look forward to working with TMX Atrium and enhancing their community's data for alternative asset classes, especially derivatives."