Fujitsu and Tokyo Stock Exchange Group (TSE) have announced the launch of ‘arrowhead’, the TSE’s next-generation trading system developed in collaboration with Fujitsu.
It is designed to accelerate the TSE’s order response and information distribution speeds. With transaction information, such as orders, contracts, and order books, being processed on triply redundant servers, the system achieves both high speed and high reliability, placing it among the world’s most advanced securities trading systems.
A broad spectrum of market participants will benefit from the increased convenience of the new system. Furthermore, TSE hopes that the system will enable new trading styles and business models.
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