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The Data Your Firm Needs for Infrastructure and Network Planning

Data rates are measured by Exegy appliances. The MarketDataPeaks appliances capture messages per second and packets per second. Messages per second shows the rate that trading infrastructure must process data to keep up with live data feeds, while packets per second shows the rate at which networks must transmit data to prevent dropped packets.

In addition to per-second rates, MarketDataPeaks measures microbursts of market data feeds—the rate generated in a one-millisecond interval, which often can be 10 times greater than the rate seen in a one-second interval.

See aggregated data rates for consolidated and direct feeds from major US exchanges or view the rates for individual feeds.

For live data and to subscribe to ongoing insights, View MarketDataPeaks.

Diagram - Aggregate Feed Rates SIP
Diagram - Aggregate Feed Rates Prop Equities

Use Cases

  1. Gauging Network Needs

    Infrastructure teams can view market data rates by packets per second, to determine networking requirements for switches and interface cards.

  2. Planning Network Capacity

    Market data teams can view messages per second, to determine the capacity of feed handlers and ticker plants to keep up with live data.

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