SpryWare Joins Telx Financial Business Exchange

New York, NY - 30 November 2010

Market Data Technology Firm SpryWare Offers Secure, Direct Access to its Feed Handler Solution at 111 8th Ave. in New York and 350 E. Cermak in Chicago.

Telx®, a leading interconnection and colocation provider in strategic North American markets, today announced that SpryWare, a premier provider of ultra-low latency feed handlers and direct market data technology, has joined its Financial Business Exchange (FBX), a facility-based infrastructure platform that provides the capital markets community with unmatched proximity, latency and choice. As part of the Telx FBX community, SpryWare can offer financial markets customers secure, low latency access to its Market Information Server™, a fully-managed ticker plant solution designed for direct market connectivity for processing high-frequency data.

“By participating in the Telx FBX in New York and Chicago, SpryWare can offer trading firms a competitive advantage through low latency network connectivity to our direct market access (DMA) appliance, MIS,” said Dan Curry, director of Sales at SpryWare. “Telx’s extensive financial markets customer base, combined with our innovative ticker plant technology, serves the latency-sensitive trading community, helping them move each market data event, such as quotes and trades, through the system as fast and reliably as possible.”

“SpryWare’s MIS appliance gives our FBX customers a secure, efficient way to access the vital market exchange information they need to do business,” said Michael Cattell, VP of Financial Markets for Telx. “We are pleased that SpryWare finds value in our growing financial markets ecosystem in our recently expanded New York and Chicago facilities.”

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