TradAir, the global provider of trading technology solutions for banks, brokers, prime of primes and regulated marketplaces, is using AWS’s London Region to reduce round-trip latency and improve its execution performance.
TradAir’s fully managed low-latency trading technology solutions hosted in Equinix LD4, are now also hosted in the AWS London Region. The new AWS UK Region provides the scale, reach and high-availability critical for TradAir’s cloud-based trading platform.
The AWS London Region’s proximity to TradAir’s industry-leading selection of primary FX liquidity providers and trading venues helps reduce round trip order latency, which results in higher fill ratios and reduced slippage. This has resulted in improved execution performance and an outstanding trading experience for TradAir clients and their customers.
TradAir live in the AWS London Region delivers significant benefits to TradAir clients:
Robust, futureproof FX trading platform: Latest in high-performance, scalable and fully managed Web, Cloud, BigData, and HTML5 technology, with superior customer support
Security, scalability, and high-availability: AWS provides the security, scalability, reach and high-availability required to support our high-performance trading platform
Improved execution and performance: Servers being deployed in proximity to LPs and trading venues, helping to reduce trip trade latency and improve execution performance
Outstanding trading experience: Fully customizable, zero install HTML5 trading platform, delivers high-performance, and ease of deployment with global reach
Advanced trading analytic engine: Deep, actionable insight across platform, to optimize liquidity provision, client pricing and risk management
David Elliot, Solutions Architecture Manager, Financial Services, Amazon Web Services, commented on TradAir’s deployment:
“We are delighted that TradAir is now live in the AWS London Region, they have been a customer for many years.
By leveraging AWS, TradAir benefits from lower latency with servers deployed in proximity to key FX liquidity providers and trading venues in the city of London.”