Wombat’s Bloomberg B-Pipe Feed Handler Goes Platinum

New York - 11 June 2007

Reflects Market Data Leader’s Best in Class Features for Bloomberg Data Feed

Wombat Financial Software, Inc., the experts in low latency trading technology, has today announced that it has achieved Platinum status for its Bloomberg B-Pipe feed handler. The awarding of Bloomberg B-Pipe’s highest level of authorization testifies to the completeness of Wombat’s product and the extensive data quality validation efforts that have been applied to the software. Wombat has sold and installed the B-Pipe feed handler in numerous customer sites across Asia, Europe and the US.

B-Pipe is a consolidated, real-time, high-volume market data feed for enterprise use. B-Pipe leverages Bloomberg's existing infrastructure to offer unsurpassed functionality and data coverage. B-Pipe delivers every quote and every trade from over 200 Global Exchanges and 500 Contributors, as well as Bloomberg-proprietary data.

Wombat customers can select from among the broadest array of market data feed handlers in the industry, capable of integrating data feeds from the world’s leading exchanges, brokers, electronic markets and data vendors such as Bloomberg B-Pipe. These feed handlers can be readily integrated with the most popular market data platforms in use today, including those engineered for low latency such as the Wombat Platform, enabling the distribution and control over such market data within algorithmic trading environments and across the greater enterprise.

"B-Pipe presents a breadth of asset class coverage and depth of security detail which demand a sophisticated integration framework. Customers expect a solution that retains the richness of that data while interoperating with their existing distribution and entitlements systems," commented Danny Moore, Wombat’s COO. "That Wombat has achieved the highest authorization level possible attests to our ability to provide the integration they expect."

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