Geneva - The Quincy Extreme Data service now offers order book data on select Eurex bond and equity futures. The QED service distributes select Eurex futures in major trading centers in the UK, New Jersey and Illinois at the lowest known commercial latency.
"We're pleased to include select Eurex benchmark futures
order book data in the QED service," says Francois Tyc, managing
director of McKay Brothers International. "We aim to distance the
QED service from the pack through expansive coverage,
industry-leading speed and reliability and stellar customer
service. Eurex, a leading exchange for derivatives in Europe,
adds important breadth to our service."
The select Eurex Order by Order data is distributed by the QED service in Basildon in 2.195 ms and Slough-LD4 in 2.435 ms. The Eurex data is also distributed at US POPs, including Secaucus-NY4 in 33.62 ms, Aurora, IL in 37.70 ms and 350 E. Cermak in Chicago in 37.55 ms. All latencies are the lowest known for a commercial data service. Upgrades expected in the coming months will further reduce latency. Additional European exchange sources as well as more UK POPS will be added to the QED service before year-end.
"Eurex Order by Order is the fourth new data feed added to the QED service recently," notes Tyc. "We will continue to expand our global offering of key market data this year. Microwave is fast becoming a mainstream product. We are leading the way by making more key market data available in more colos - globally - and by providing commercial terms that make the fastest market data widely obtainable."
Eurex Order by Order is distributed by the Quincy Extreme Data division of McKay Brothers International, SA and will also be offered by its US affiliate, Quincy Data, LLC. Eurex market data is disseminated by its parent company Deutsche Börse via its ultra low latency data feed CEF.