Vela, an independent provider of data and execution technology for global markets, announced today that it has added Cboe One Feed to its market data service SuperFeed. The new addition will deliver access to real-time stock quotes and trade information for the US equities.
According to the official press release, Vela is planning to deliver cost-effective and high-quality data through the recent addition. The company recently deployed SuperFeed within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud environment as well as IPC’s Connexus Cloud and Connexus Labs.
Cboe One Feed provides market participants with cost-effective and high-quality data from Cboe Global Markets’ different equity exchanges, including BZX Exchange, BYX Exchange, EDGX Exchange and EDGA Exchange.
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Commenting on the recent announcement, Keith Cacciola, Chief Customer Officer at Vela, said: “We are pleased to be live on SuperFeed with the Cboe One Feed. This further increases our coverage for U.S. equities and supports our continued investment in providing our customers with a comprehensive view of liquidity across the markets. Aggregated direct exchange feeds provide trading firms with a simplified licensing structure and options to reduce their overall market data consumption, and we are committed to working with global exchanges such as Cboe to deliver cost-effective and high-quality data to fulfill their requirements.”
Vela has recently announced the addition of ED&F Man Capital Markets’ smart order routing. Finance Magnates reported about the company’s recruitments in London and New York.
“Cboe is excited to continue our collaboration with Vela to extend access to the Cboe One Feed, and further support Vela’s end customers. Delivering a comprehensive, real-time view of Cboe’s equity markets in a single solution, we believe the Cboe One Feed could serve as a valuable tool to help investors enhance their trading strategies and keep pace with fast-moving markets,” Kevin Carrai, Global Head of Market Data and Access Services at Cboe Global Markets, mentioned in the official announcement.