Chi-X Europe has implemented Thomson Reuters’ pan-European low latency direct feed, pricing and reference data service, offered through the firm’s strategic hosting centres in London.
Customers are offered a choice of low latency telecommunications providers for last mile connectivity as well as simplified access to a broad portfolio of additional value added services including market and broker connectivity, pricing and reference data, quant and event driven trading solutions and fully managed services.
Florian Miciu, chief technology officer (CTO), Chi-X Europe, said: “Having the broadest access to the market is critical to the participants of Chi-X Europe. Thomson Reuters was able to quickly implement the hosting solution, which provides the breadth and performance to clients in addition to delivering cost savings. We are pleased to work with a recognised low latency provider like Thomson Reuters to meet this need.”
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