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WFE Focus April 2011

Australian Securities Exchange launches ASX Best

The Australian Securities Exchange will launch in late 2011 its new smart order routing trading application for a multi-market environment, ASX Best, powered by Fidessa, a global provider of high-performance trading, investment management and information solutions. The new system will offer participants smart order routing and connectivity to all Australian ‘lit’ venues and to ASX ‘dark’ venues. ASX Best will also enable participants to control the priority of venues to which orders are routed and direct orders to a specific venue of their choice. It will be co-located in the new ASX data centre and will be distributed to all users nationally via ASX Net. ASX Net will also support the low latency connectivity of ASX Best to all non-ASX venues.   

NYSE Technologies enhances SuperFeed

NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology division of NYSE Euronext, has introduced significant enhancements to its super-low latency real-time market data solution, SuperFeed. Market participants will now have seamless access to new direct data feed content and value-added services from NYSE Global Indices, Nasdaq OMX BX, Nasdaq OMX PSX, BATS, Athens Stock Exchange, Johannesburg Stock Exchange, and Cyprus Stock Exchange with the NYSE Technologies proven performance and reliability. By utilizing data directly from NYSE Euronext’s state-of-the-art liquidity centers in the US and Europe, SuperFeed provides immediate access to NYSE Euronext’s diverse global exchanges alongside data from a range of key global markets including the US, Europe and Asia through one single solution, across the ultra-low latency SFTI network. Along with NYSE Technologies Secure Financial Transactions Infrastructure (SFTI) network, market participants can reduce their time-to-market, improve performance and increase market efficiency with the added benefit of substantially lower operational costs for transatlantic connectivity.

Oslo Børs migrates to Millennium trading platform

Oslo Børs will be moving its equity and fixed-income trading onto the London Stock Exchange Group’s Millennium Exchange trading platform. A timetable for the implementation of the migration will be confirmed in due course. In March 2009, Oslo Børs and London Stock Exchange entered into a strategic partnership to co-operate across their equities, fixed-income and derivatives market. As a part of this agreement Oslo Børs has used trading technology from the Group since 2010.

RTS Stock Exchange implements new configuration for distributing market data

RTS Stock Exchange has completed the preliminary stage for transferring all proxy servers to the new data distribution technology. It is an important innovation in the exchange infrastructure which gives an opportunity to receive the data in the optimum mode and set up the QoS at the level of network devices for market participants who connect to the Exchange via leased lines. The new configuration allows assigning priorities for incoming data flows that will reduce latency spread while receiving trading data.

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