Redline Trading Solutions's RedlineFeed Reaches the Clouds

Woburn, MA – 16 July 2019 – Redline Trading Solutions, the premier provider of high-performance market data and order execution systems for automated trading, today announced the availability of RedlineFeed for access to real-time and delayed exchange market data to customer solutions deployed in the cloud.

The initial release of the service includes the support for U.S. Equities top-of-book streams at Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers. RedlineFeed’s cloud infrastructure is designed for systems that need reliable, high quality market data to feed their mission critical deployments. With a cloud-supported architecture, firms can rapidly deploy and reconfigure application infrastructure at a lower cost and higher level of security when compared to internal developed IT solutions.

“Financial firms are increasingly moving to the cloud to deploy applications where the lowest latency is not required,” said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline. “Our solution allows customers to take advantage of the flexibility and cost effectiveness of the cloud with the content and quality previously only available in co-located deployments,” he added.

RedlineFeed in the cloud provides both real time and 15 minute delayed versions of the feed as well as historical data going back more than 5 years. The solution provides the same industry-leading API and feature set currently provided to applications leveraging the RedlineFeed in co-located ultra-low latency deployments.


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About Redline Trading Solutions, Inc.
Redline Trading Solutions is the premier market access technology provider, delivering low-latency access to market data and order execution on over 175 venues. With flexible delivery models, Redline provides a comprehensive, end-to-end solution for multi-asset electronic trading with global market coverage, enabling smarter access to global liquidity.

Redline has offices in the U.S., Europe, and Asia supporting traders, market makers, financial institutions and other market participants worldwide.