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Automated Trader Updates

First Published 14th October 2011

SpryWare upgrades Cloud, Celoxica deploys Options PIPE, EdgeBook Cloud announced, NASDAQ OMX introduces UltraFeed, TSE expands Arrowhead, CME CoLo date announced, ATG taps Corvil, Selerity selects CFN, IPC connects to Russia, RTD Tango suite launched, ITG & BoAML launch algos, Citi selects Fidessa

Earlier this week at the London Stock Exchange, Automated Trader held the first of a series of presentations and panel discussions to debate the results of this year's Algorithmic Trading Survey. The survey data offered a strong foundation for a stimulating panel discussion, with both delegates and panelists describing the event as enjoyable and thought provoking. The conversation moves on to Sydney next Tuesday (18th October) followed by Singapore on Thursday 20th and Hong Kong on Tuesday 25th October.

On to this week's news, SpryWare upgraded its Proximity Cloud, Celoxica deployed the Options PIPE Cloud services platform, and Xignite and Direct Edge announced the development of EdgeBook Cloud.

NASDAQ OMX introduced UltraFeed, TSE is to expand Arrowhead in Q1 next year, and the CME Co-Location Services launch date was announced.

ATG tapped Corvil for Latin American latency, Selerity selected CFN for event data, Activ added 80 emerging markets to its market data coverage, CFN Alpha platform is to provide CME data, and IPC extended connectivity services to Russia.

RTS launched RTD Tango algo product suite, BofAML introduced new futures algos: Ambush and Instinct, as did ITG who announced the ITG Futures Algorithm.

Fidessa is to deliver a global derivatives platform for Citi, Instinet completed the Newport 3.10 rollout, Lime acquired Cactus, Votorantim Corretora selected Trading Technologies' TTNET, and Galiam Capital chose OneTick for quant research.

Jenny Eastham

Managing Editor
www.automatedtrader.net

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