Weswit, leader in Real-Time Web solutions, and MarketsPulse, leader in Binary Options Enterprise Solutions, announce that the two companies have established a technology application partnership.
MarketsPulse technology relies on the Lightstreamer engine to push real-time data to and from any browsers and apps, both on desktop and mobile.
MarketsPulse's financial data is instantly accessible from anywhere thanks to its innovative trading platform that features low latency, secure access control, reliability, and scalability. Several world-class binary options platforms are powered by Lightstreamer, including FXTrade Financials (Japan) and Opteck (EU), MarketsPulse clients.
“The Lightstreamer application allows us to offer the kind of secure, scalable and reliable experience our Enterprise financial customers need,” said Rachely Esman, CEO at MarketsPulse. “Our cooperation with Weswit and usage of their technology has played a large role in our leadership of the competitive Binary Option technology market”.
“We are thrilled to work with MarketsPulse” said Mauro Fantechi, co-CEO and Chairman of Weswit. “The growing appreciation that our product is achieving from the financial industry, where high update frequency and low latency of real-time trade data is definitely valuable, is a great ratification of our work. Through this partnership we are consolidating our presence in a market segment that we consider critical for the success of our product”.
Lightstreamer consists of a high-performance server which routes the real-time messages over the Web, and a rich set of client libraries to allow any application with live bi-directional data, passing through any kind of proxies and firewalls. Features include bandwidth and frequency control, adaptive throttling, data conflation, delta delivery, and total control over security and Quality of Service. Weswit has been recognized as a “Cool Vendor in Application and Integration Platforms” for its Lightstreamer product in a report published on April 11, 2012 by a leading analyst firm.