Thomson Reuters has announced the beta release of an ultra low latency direct feed solution for NYSE Euronext’s Universal Trading Platform. The company says that the new connectivity will allow customers to meet the schedule of Euronext Cash markets migration from NSC to the new Universal Trading Platform (UTP).
This solution is designed for high performance price discovery with sub-millisecond data normalisation, distribution and integration with customer applications currently consuming Thomson Reuters data.
Financial market professionals can deploy the solution from within their own data centres already using the company’s Reuters Market Data System (RMDS) or connected directly to client trading applications. Additionally, there is further flexibility for installation at the exchange’s co-location premises in order to further minimise latency delays or through Thomson Reuters hosting centre.
In support of NYSE Euronext’s strategic plans to utilise UTP, Thomson Reuters will continue to provide new feeds based on this new trading platform for the NYSE Euronext markets.
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