Source: Cameron Systems
Cameron Systems, the leading global provider of FIX-based messaging platforms, once again demonstrates its leadership position by announcing today that the latest version CameronFIX Engine 6.2 delivers double the trading performance.
Internal testing showed a 95-105% increase in messages through the engine per second and a 50% reduction in latency. The performance gain has been achieved by a comprehensive analysis and optimization of the code base.
Cameron Systems' founder and chief technology officer, John Cameron says: "Cameron Systems is dedicated to providing our customers with a competitive edge. This latest upgrade, freely available to all our customers, outperforms any alternative FIX engine in the market and doubles our already impressive performance figures ensuring that our customers benefit with the most effective execution of trades."
"Cameron Systems has led the way in performance since 1997 when it entered the market with a FIX engine capable of processing 4000 messages per second at a time when other FIX engines were only capable of around 40 messages per second," says Cameron Systems' Director of Sales, Glenn Cruickshank. "As the only vendor 100 percent focused on FIX we continue to lead the way in Direct Market Access, Best Execution, Compliance, and providing trading platforms for additional asset classes such as Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange."
Cameron Systems' President and Co-chair of the FIX Protocol Americas Committee, Martin Koopman adds: "Today's announcement will raise the benchmark for speed and fastest execution. Any firm that requires high performance trading using FIX should be interested in CameronFIX version 6.2."
CameronFIX provides thousands of connections globally giving firms access to global markets, high availability, integrated compliance, monitoring, exception management, market data services and more. The latest CameronFIX Version 6.2 provides further trading enhancements for risk and compliance, workflow management, advanced execution and networks/HUBs.