Thomson Reuters has become the first to market with a direct feed solution for SBI Japannext’s market data via their RDF-Direct portfolio of ultra low latency feed handlers. The solution provides market participants with unparalleled performance for price discovery, transparency and price improvement. Customers will now have microsecond level access to this alternative trading venue, enabling the broadest picture of market liquidity.
In addition, Thomson Reuters is planning to offer co-location services for customers who need to place their trading applications as close as possible to the SBI Japannext matching engine. Alternatively, customers can connect the feed into their own data centre or leverage Thomson Reuters proximity hosting solution, which offers both managed Reuters Market Data System middleware platform or a direct connection via their application programming interface.
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