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A-TEAM Group: Exegy Adds IEX Data

Source:  A-TEAM Group  |  6 March 2017

Market data managed services and technology provider Exegy has taken a step to be a direct source of some US National Market System (NMS) data itself, with an announcement of the addition of IEX (The Investors Exchange) data to its X-Port market data vending service.

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Inside Market Data – Exegy Adds IEX Level 1 Data

Source: Inside Market Data | 6 March 2017

Exegy Adds IEX Level 1 Data
Exegy advances its data vendor aspirations by adding an “essential” component to the creation of a consolidated US National Best Bid and Offer.

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Exegy Adds IEX Data to X-Port Service

ST LOUIS – 6 March 2017Exegy Inc., a leading provider of managed services and technology for real-time financial market data, announced today the addition of IEX data to its X-Port market data vending service.  The Exegy X-Port service provides low-latency access to direct feed products from US equities, options, and futures markets at major co-location data centers.

“We’re excited to work with Exegy to offer the IEX TOPS feed through the new X-Port service,” said Rob Park, IEX’s chief technology officer. “At IEX, we’re committed to ensuring that all market participants have equal access to the market data they need to make informed trading decisions. That includes publishing IEX TOPS data for free through networks like Exegy that they already trust and use.”

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With Exchange Nods And Network, Exegy Becomes Data Vendor

Source: Inside Market Data | 28 February 2017

Exegy has launched a new service, X-Port, which enables clients to access direct feeds from US exchanges at major co-locationdatacenters, including Equinix’s NY4 datacenter in Secaucus, NJ, and Nasdaq and NYSE’s datacenters in Carteret and Mahwah, NJ, respectively. The service will initially provide equities and options data from Nasdaq, NYSE, Bats Global Markets, OTC Markets Group, and consolidated tape feeds from SIAC (the Securities Industry Automation Corp), as well as consolidated options data from the Options Price Reporting Authority.

“Previously, clients would have needed to arrange their own connectivity between their Exegy appliances and exchanges. By having Exegy perform these functions on their behalf, clients will both save money and—depending on each firm’s setup and sophistication—potentially reduce latency by “tens to hundreds of microseconds,” Exegy chief technology officer David Taylor. “Getting exchange approvals, setting up the network and understanding the billing and reporting process, and so on, is not a trivial exercise, so … for someone who has done this themselves until now, we expect this to be much cheaper.”

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The Next Big Lift? Brokers take on more of buy-side firms’ data management burden.

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The Next Big Lift? Brokers take on more of buy-side firms’ data management burden.

Source: Waters Technology  | 27 February 2017

Tim Bourgaize Murray explores opportunities for brokers to take on more of buy-side firms’ data management burden.

Buy-side firms have long sought execution expertise and algorithms from their brokers. So why isn’t looking after some of their market data activities—and the processing power behind it—part of the package, too? Tim Bourgaize Murray explores the opportunities and pitfalls associated with a potential new wrinkle in an old relationship.

“We [Exegy] have certainly seen a maturation in the types of trading being executed—at least so far as the kinds of feeds and normalized data clients are asking for,” says David Taylor, chief technology officer at ticker plant appliance and feed handler provider Exegy.

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OTC Markets Group Adds Exegy as Distributor of Real-Time Level 1 and Level 2 Market Data

Source: OTCMarkets.com | 27 February 2017

NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – OTC Markets Group Inc. (OTCQX: OTCM), operator of financial markets for 10,000 U.S. and global securities, today added Exegy Inc., a leading provider of managed services and technology for low-latency financial market data, as a new distributor of OTC Markets’ real-time Level 1 and Level 2 market data.

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Exegy Launches Market Data Vendor Service

ST LOUIS – 27 February 2017 – Exegy Inc., a leading provider of managed services and technology for low-latency financial market data, announced today the launch of vending services for direct market data feeds from United States equities, commodities, and derivatives markets.  The new Exegy X-Port service provides low-latency access to direct feed products from US markets at major co-location data centers.

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2017 Events: The Trading Show – Chicago | May 17-18, 2017

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The Trading Show Chicago 2017
17-18 May 2017
Navy Pier – Chicago

Exegy is proud to sponsor The Trading Show Chicago 2017.  Please sign up to participate in our roundtable discussion, “Best practices for assessing and responding to real-time market data quality in latency critical trading systems,” moderated by David Taylor, Exegy Chief Technology Officer.  Stop by the Exegy booth to hear the latest updates on Exegy products and services.

WatersTech – FX Feeds’ Sudden Evolutionary Leap

Source: Waters Technology | 12 December 2016

Firms’ best execution requirements and desire to expand strategies into FX markets are creating demand for a new breed of high-performance FX data feeds.

Traders’ ongoing search for new sources of alpha in asset classes beyond equities and options is driving the creation and adoption of high-performance datafeeds—particularly in foreign exchange (FX), where the big players have all recently launched low-latency feeds.

David Taylor, chief technology officer of hardware ticker plant appliance feed handler provider Exegy, says the vendor is seeing increased demand for high-performance feeds, both from sell-side and buy-side firms, where clients use Exegy’s services to deliver normalized FX data.

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IMD – Exegy Sets Up Managed Services Support in London

Source: Inside Market Data | 16 November 2016

The vendor says the move is in response to increased and anticipated demand for its solutions in the region, delivered as managed services.

St. Louis-based hardware ticker plant appliance and feed handler provider Exegy is expanding its presence in London with a handful of staff to support its US-based managed services technical support team.

Exegy chief technology officer David Taylor says the move is in response to a “critical mass” of clients with significant deployments of its technology in London in addition to North America and Asia, as well as more deployments to support trading in London’s currency markets. Another driver behind client demand is the increased pace of change relating to datafeed protocols and formats from exchanges…

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