BENCHMARKS & RESEARCH
No matter your use case, Redline’s system architecture is designed for performance leadership.
To quantify our performance, Redline joined the Securities Technology Analysis Center (STAC) in 2008 and published the first ever STAC-M1.OPRA market data benchmark. While these results are now eclipsed by our current solutions, the commitment of Redline to transparency in our performance claims is long-standing.
Below are links to published performance and technical information.
TICK-TO-TRADE: STAC-T1 BENCHMARK
Redline, Intel, Dell, and STAC performed a STAC-T1.EMINI benchmark in June 2013 using Dell's processor acceleration technology and published latency statistics on the full trading cycle, from receipt of a CME tick to transmission of an order.
THINKING OF FPGAs for trading? THINK AGAIN!
The current debate about the value of accelerating trading applications with FPGAs vs. optimizing them on the Intel® microarchitecture requires ongoing reassessment as technologies advance, market structure evolves, and business pressures intensify. We share our point of view on the requirements and considerations that inform this debate in white papers. Automated trading firms considering investing in an FPGA-based solution may find our analysis helpful to ensure that all aspects of these choices are evaluated for their specific needs.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKLEY
JAN 5 2014: HOW SLOW IS THE NBBO? A COMPARISON WITH DIRECT EXCHANGE FEEDS
This paper provides evidence on the benefits of proprietary data feeds from stock exchanges overthe regulated “public” consolidated data feeds.
Authors: Shengwei Ding, John Hanna, Terrence Hendershott