Driven by Low Latency
Exegy built its reputation serving this region, providing low-latency, hardware-accelerated ticker plants to elite banks and trading firms. Since then, we’ve added hosted solutions and access via feed subscription to meet the needs of a variety of firms. Direct and consolidated feeds from the US and Canada, all major asset classes—Exegy connects firms to the feeds you need to implement your trading strategies.
Our historical data services provide high-quality data that can be integrated with applications to analyze market behavior, backtest algorithms, test infrastructure integrity, or document best execution for regulators. Exegy’s AI-driven trading signals are a cost-effective way to leverage the predictive power of machine learning, helping to find hidden liquidity in US equities exchanges and predict changes synchronously with the market.
Exegy offers best-in-class solutions, from ticker plants to hosted solutions to feed access. Whether you’re a market maker in Chicago, an asset manager in NYC, or a trader in Toronto, we provide the tools to make the most of this all-important region.
Featured Exegy Products for North American Markets:
DataPort provides professional traders with on-demand access to normalized real-time feeds from global markets with zero infrastructure footprint.
This tick-to-trade platform executes algorithms at nanosecond speeds. Delivered as a Network Interface Card (NIC), Xero is an off-the-shelf solution for speed-critical trading.
A portfolio of real-time trading signals predicts price movement, trade concentrations, and hidden liquidity. Signals are delivered synchronously with market ticks.
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