NEW YORK – 28 September 2016 – Redline Trading Solutions, the premier provider of high-performance market data and order execution systems for electronic trading, today announced availability of a new InRush™ feed handler for the new high-performance EBS Live Ultra™ market data feed.
EBS BrokerTec announced in February 2016 its plan to introduce streaming real-time market data later in the year for its leading EBS Market foreign exchange trading platform, and today all spot pairs are available for trading. By delivering real-time data via the UDP multicast transport, this new feed provides significantly improved price discovery and transparency.
“Our foreign exchange customers look forward to trading with the EBS Live Ultra feed for increased certainty of FX execution,” said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline. “We are pleased to now be able to offer our new EBS Live Ultra feed handler to customers coincident with the full rollout of this high-performance feed.”
In August, Redline qualified its new feed handler using EBS market data received from the EBS proximity colocation test lab. This feed handler is now available to users of Redline’s InRush liquidity aggregation system and will be employed by Redline in the delivery of FX market data via the RedlineFeed™ fully managed service. As EBS Live Ultra begins publishing pricing by region, trading applications may independently subscribe to InRush books built for each region so that local and remote market data can remain distinct.
For more information on Redline’s foreign exchange trading solution, visit Redline at the Forex Network Chicago conference on September 28th-29th or contact Redline at +1 781 995 3403 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Redline Trading Solutions, Inc.
Redline Trading Solutions empowers trading with high-performance market data and order execution solutions that solve today’s toughest latency and reliability challenges while reducing costs. With offices in Boston, New York, London, Hong Kong and Belfast, Redline’s customers include leading investment banks, brokers, exchanges, hedge funds, and proprietary trading firms.