With offices in Boston, London, New York, Hong Kong and Belfast, Redline Trading Solutions Inc., a provider of high-performance market data and order execution systems for electronic trading, today announced that it has completed integrating with Deutsche Borse’s Eurex Exchange, as per an official statement.
Using Eurex’s Enhanced Order Book Interface (EOBI) protocol, Redline completed integration through a feed handler that permits its data solution to now support over 30 European exchanges, including venue operators such as BATS Chi-X Europe, Deutsche Börse, Euronext, the London Metal Exchange, London Stock Exchange Group, Nasdaq OMX Group, and others.
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Data from 30 Venues in Europe
Our customers have a choice of either connecting directly to these exchange feeds individually or receiving our consolidated RedlineFeed as a single source of the market data for which they are entitled.
Redline has been active in expanding its low-latency data products across exchanges and trading venues, leading it to open new global offices including in Belfast, as mentioned in its announcement regarding the Eurex integration.
Last quarter, Finance Magnates covered when Redline integrated with US-based OTC Markets’ venues. With today’s announcement, Redline brings the number of market data feeds it serves connectivity for to 150 worldwide.
“This broad support for European equity and derivative venues enables normalisation of market data across exchanges for faster trading insights,” said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline, commenting in a corporate statement. “Our customers have a choice of either connecting directly to these exchange feeds individually or receiving our consolidated RedlineFeed as a single source of the market data for which they are entitled.”