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WFE Focus April 2011

Deutsche Börse improves connectivity time for trading community in London

Deutsche Börse significantly improved its IT network between London and Deutsche Börse Group’s trading platforms in Frankfurt/Main. The Group deployed new enhanced 10 gigabit data links between Frankfurt and London delivering the currently lowest possible latency of 4.33 milliseconds. Technical partner for this ultra-fast connectivity is Colt Technology Services. These links connect the London based new Deutsche Börse low latency access point at Telehouse with the matching engines of Eurex and Xetra in Frankfurt.

International Securities Exchange launches new options trading system

On 11 April 2011, the International Securities Exchange launched its new options trading system on Deutsche Börse Group’s Optimise trading architecture. With the new system, ISE will significantly improve the latency profile of its trading system and offer enhanced functionality to member firms.

NYSE Liffe US migrates MSCI pan-Euro index futures

NYSE Liffe US, the US futures exchange of NYSE Euronext, has completed the migration of open interest in futures on the MSCI Pan-Euro index from NYSE Liffe’s European futures market to its US platform. The efficient transfer of open interest was accomplished through both central order book transactions and block trades.

NYSE Technologies launches liquidity centers in Chicago and Toronto

NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology division of NYSE Euronext, has launched two new liquidity centers in Chicago and Toronto. Joining NYSE Euronext’s primary liquidity centers in Mahwah, Basildon and London, these new facilities will feature a range of NYSE Technologies products and services tailored to facilitate simplified, high-performance access to markets, market information and other trading infrastructure services.

Stock Exchange of Thailand upgrades IT systems

The Stock Exchange of Thailand is upgrading its core IT systems to meet world-class standards. This upgrade will open new business opportunities and reduce costs for not only the Exchange but also for securities companies. Cinnober Financial Technology will develop the exchange’s core systems, including those for trading of both equities and derivatives, market information dissemination, and market surveillance. The systems will start to go live in the second quarter of 2012.

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