Bookmap and Exegy Inc. said on Thursday that both parties have arranged a data partnership to offer a real-time market data fee for US futures and equities under the brand ‘OmniFeed’.

According to the press release, in addition to connecting to major global data centers in New York, Chicago, London and Hong Kong, OmniFeed offers a feed for retail trading platforms. Bookmap’s trading application is combined with Exegy’s market data technology.

The same market data infrastructure that is used by major banks and capital market participants around the world powers OmniFeed. Bookmap displays the order book in real-time. Through a proprietary event processing engine, it is possible to watch millions of market data updates in real-time.

What Is Bookmap?

Bookmap provides traders with a range of trading indicators and analysis tools that allow them to watch the order flow unfold in real-time at 40 frames per second. The platform supports over 30 popular feeds and trading connections from a variety of asset classes, including futures, stocks and cryptocurrencies. The price action and volume displayed on Bookmap are 100% unfiltered and non-aggregated.

“Our customers were demanding full market depth across all US exchanges, including NYSE, ARCA, Nasdaq and CME. OmniFeed gives our customers reliable content via one consolidated low-latency API to support all types of market analysis and trading strategies,” Tsachi Galanos, the Co-Founder of Bookmap, commented.

David Taylor, the Co-President and Chief Technology Officer of Exegy, added: “Our purpose-built hardware appliances and resilient infrastructure provide dependable low-latency market data during the most stressful market conditions. With OmniFeed, retail users can access the premier market data solution from anywhere, within the data center or via the cloud.”

Bookmap and Exegy Inc. said on Thursday that both parties have arranged a data partnership to offer a real-time market data fee for US futures and equities under the brand ‘OmniFeed’.

According to the press release, in addition to connecting to major global data centers in New York, Chicago, London and Hong Kong, OmniFeed offers a feed for retail trading platforms. Bookmap’s trading application is combined with Exegy’s market data technology.

The same market data infrastructure that is used by major banks and capital market participants around the world powers OmniFeed. Bookmap displays the order book in real-time. Through a proprietary event processing engine, it is possible to watch millions of market data updates in real-time.

What Is Bookmap?

Bookmap provides traders with a range of trading indicators and analysis tools that allow them to watch the order flow unfold in real-time at 40 frames per second. The platform supports over 30 popular feeds and trading connections from a variety of asset classes, including futures, stocks and cryptocurrencies. The price action and volume displayed on Bookmap are 100% unfiltered and non-aggregated.

“Our customers were demanding full market depth across all US exchanges, including NYSE, ARCA, Nasdaq and CME. OmniFeed gives our customers reliable content via one consolidated low-latency API to support all types of market analysis and trading strategies,” Tsachi Galanos, the Co-Founder of Bookmap, commented.

David Taylor, the Co-President and Chief Technology Officer of Exegy, added: “Our purpose-built hardware appliances and resilient infrastructure provide dependable low-latency market data during the most stressful market conditions. With OmniFeed, retail users can access the premier market data solution from anywhere, within the data center or via the cloud.”