Bovespa Market Data Now Available in Redline Trading Solutions’ Ultra-low Latency Platforms

WOBURN, Mass. – 25 June 2015 – Redline Trading Solutions, the premier provider of market data and order execution systems for automated trading, today announced that BM&F Bovespa market data is now supported in its InRush™ 3 accelerated ticker plant software and is available via its fully managed RedlineFeed™.

“Our support for the Brazilian exchange is one more example of our global expansion of market data coverage,” said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions. “Customers managing their own exchange connectivity can now connect directly to Bovespa, while customers wanting a fully managed market data solution can now subscribe to Bovespa data as part of our multi-asset class consolidated RedlineFeed,” Skalabrin added.

This new InRush feed handler for the São Paulo exchange expands Redline’s support for more than 130 global trading venues that deliver multi-asset class market data to subscribing trading applications using the same easy-to-use InRush API.

In support of Redline’s fully managed platform, Bovespa market data is now being delivered via a low-latency telecommunications link directly into Redline’s metro New York-based publishing infrastructure for fast and easy access via RedlineFeed. In comparison to other consolidated feeds, RedlineFeed offers lower latency and user-definable book views to power sophisticated trading applications. Multicast/unicast transport options enable all Redline-delivered market data to be seamlessly integrated into firms’ global market data backbones.

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Redline Trading Solutions provides intelligent trading solutions that solve today’s tough latency, throughput, and cost challenges. With offices in Boston, New York, Chicago, London, and Hong Kong, Redline’s customers include leading investment banks, brokers, exchanges, hedge funds, and proprietary trading firms.