Trading Technologies Extends TT® Platform into EULC Data Center

The TT platform provides market access and trade execution through the software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery model.

Chicago-based Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT) today announced the availability of execution and client connectivity services through the ICE Data Services European Liquidity Center (EULC) via its TT® platform.

Located in Basildon, UK, the partnership with EULC expands options for TT’s clients to speed up their trading and identify new trading opportunities across the full range of ICE’s European derivatives markets.

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Co-locating with EULC also strengthens TT’s presence, allowing users around the world to obtain access to 55 markets, direct market data, and trade execution. This move also enhances the company’s connectivity services, providing clients in Europe with an additional regional market access point to TT’s network of colocated data centers.

Additionally, TT Reserved and TT Prime services are now accessible in Basildon, which allow clients to run automated trading strategies on dedicated servers within the data center.

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The TT platform provides market access and trade execution through the software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery model. In addition, the solution provides access to major international exchanges and liquidity platforms.

The platform already serves a wide variety of users, including proprietary traders, brokers, money managers, CTAs, hedge funds, and commercial hedgers, and risk managers.

Earlier this year, the two-decade-old fintech firm ventured into the cryptocurrency space through a partnership with popular exchange operator Coinbase to give institutional traders direct market access to both bitcoin and bitcoin futures. It has also partnered with Coinfloor’s British Virgin Islands-based trading platform, CoinfloorEX, to improve cryptocurrency trading functionality and market access through implementing its TT Score machine learning technology.

Commenting on the news, Steve Stewart, head of EMEA Sales at Trading Technologies said “As the only commercial software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that runs in the Basildon data center, we can provide our customers with easy accessibility and superior performance. This coupled with our TT Prime, TT Reserved and Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings makes us uniquely positioned to serve the needs of the international professional trading community.”

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