Quincy Data is featured in the Harrington Starr’s FinTech Capital book. An article by Stephane Tyc, “A Technical Solution to Best Execution” is featured in the regulation section. For the full version of The Fintech Capital, click here.
McKay Brothers Launches Route Between Slough and Frankfurt in 4.64 ms: Lowest Known Latency McKay’s rapidly expanding European network sets another latency record March 10, 2015/Geneva/ McKay Brothers Microwave has launched the industry-leading private bandwidth service between Slough and Frankfurt. McKay’s latency between Slough-LD4 and Frankfurt-FR2 is 4.64 milliseconds (ms) round trip, the lowest known. The company is finalizing more routes between the UK and Frankfurt as well as a London Metro service. “Bandwidth subscribers […]
Introduction The Flash Crash of May 2010, the software bug of Knight Capital, NASDAQ’s glitch on the first day of trading of Facebook and the publication of Flash Boys all motivate the calls to improve regulation. Both the SEC and FINRA are examining ways to improve market structure and regulations to prevent any players from having an unfair advantage. Many of the proposed improvements involve reducing the number of trading venues and regulating how an […]
Quincy Extreme Data adds Eurex Futures Order Book Data to its Lowest Latency Service Geneva, Switzerland, September 4, 2014/PRNewswire/ 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. Eurex Order by Order is the first Europe-sourced data feed distributed by the QED service, […]
Data from the CME Group data center located in Aurora, Illinois is distributed in Basildon at the lowest commercially available latency of 35.646 ms. Futures data sourced from 350 E. Cermak in Chicago is distributed in Basildon in 35.475 ms. This newest Quincy POP joins the growing list of major European trading centers covered by the QED service at the lowest-known commercial latency. We expect coming upgrades will further improve performance.