CMS WebView plc (CMS), an international systems and software provider, is launching the latest version of its key product TDI.
TDI is modular software used by futures exchanges, including the Chicago Board of Trade, to process large quantities of real-time financial data.
Today CMS has launched TDI Version 4, which includes a substantial number of enhanced features and benefits. These include:
- New data content and statistic monitoring tools
- Improved design tools providing rapid bespoke handler development
- Upgraded administration and helpdesk website
- Enhanced and rationalised API
- Improved message monitoring to aid latency analysis
CMS has already deployed TDI Version 4 within its own ticker plant. From its City of London location, the CMS ticker plant processes more than 60 million transactions a day, from 20 different feed sources, providing data to over 50 organisations.
Lee Playford, CMS WebView's Software Development Director, commented: "The full roll-out of TDI Version 4 ensures our ticker plant has the capacity to expand and handle growing volumes of data in the foreseeable future. With the ever-increasing amount of market data that companies like CMS WebView must process, a flexible and scalable technology such as TDI ensures we can always cater for demand."
Bob Antell, CEO of CMS WebView plc, added: "The latest version of TDI will bring a number of important new benefits to clients, including improved interfaces and a greater number of options for how organisations receive and process data. Our testing procedures and liaison with clients enabled us to hone Version 4 into a product that offers substantial improvements over earlier versions."