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A Flexible Solution for a Variety of Needs

Exegy’s Proxime software uses commodity servers to deliver low-latency normalized market data to diverse trading applications. It shares the same easy-to-use API as Exegy’s hardware-accelerated appliances and allows applications to select the normalized data views and symbol watchlists for their use case. When embedded on the same server as a trading application, Proxime can deliver single-digit microsecond latency to support speed-dependent trading strategies.

Proxime software allows you to leverage existing servers or lease infrastructure from a vendor to deploy to new data centers and markets quickly. It also represents a cost-effective solution for geographically distributed businesses such as trading desks that operate in multiple co-location sites in Asia-Pacific. When combined with Exegy’s TREP Publisher or other internal adapters, Proxime serves as an efficient source of real-time market data for global distribution fabrics.

As an added point of flexibility, Proxime provides the option of self-management, allowing you to maintain control and security of your trading stack, especially when Proxime is co-resident on the same server as trading applications. However, Exegy’s white-glove managed service is always available, regardless of where Proxime is deployed.

Use Cases

  1. New Market Strategies

    Allow Proxime to power your new APAC trading strategy. Install it on the same server as your trading application in the co-location data center to achieve single-digit microsecond latency.

  2. Global Market Coverage

    Deploy a TREP Publisher with Proxime in co-location data centers to deliver normalized market data to your global data fabric, at significant savings over a vendor-consolidated feed.

  3. Tech Refresh

    Replace ailing software feed handlers from legacy vendors or internal developers who are no longer around. Leverage existing servers while reducing your operational risk and improving market data performance.

Key Features

Compare our real-time solutions.

FeaturesProxime Ticker PlantExegy Ticker PlantHosted Ticker PlantDataPort Feed
Support for 200+ market data feeds
support for global markets
support for major asset classes
universal exegy client api
custom national best bid and offer calculation
custom aggregated price book calculation
custom basket net asset value calculation
Synchronous delivery of signum predictive analytics
hot-hot redundant infrastructure
cloud deployment options
includes fpga-accelerated hardware
full exegy managed services
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Getting Started

Our team tailors a solution to your firm’s needs.

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  1. Consultation

    An Exegy representative contacts you to discuss your needs and challenges.

  2. Requirements

    We help you determine the feeds and data delivery method you require, to begin formulating a solution plan.

  3. Vendor Planning

    Our experts work with industry-leading partners to find the right vendors for your system.

  4. Solution Review

    We present you with a comprehensive solution to best suit your needs.

  5. Rollout Timeline & Contract

    Our team crafts and sets up your custom solution, handing it over to your very own customer team provided by Exegy that will manage it for you.

Ready to get started? Our team is waiting to help you.

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