NanoSpeed, the provider of ultra-fast FPGA solutions to the trading community, has announced today connectivity to the Eurex T7 platform, launched in January this year. NanoSpeed also provides access to the eight Eurex T7 derivatives partner exchanges which include SGX, KRX, TAIFEX and BSE.
Nano-TG, NanoSpeed’s recently-announced Trading Gateway, now supports the new Eurex Exchange T7 trading architecture. Developed by the Deutsche Börse Group, it is set to revolutionise the way traders and investors access market opportunities worldwide by enhancing trading performance across the board, including reduced latency and increased throughput to Eurex’s EMDI, EOBI and ETI. NanoSpeed is unique in delivering sub-half microsecond latencies on trading interfaces, order books and market data feed handlers.
Sanjay Shah, CTO of NanoSpeed, says: “Access to the new Eurex marketplace was added in response to client demand and is part of our ongoing programme of extending coverage to the most popular trading venues. We already offer access to 30+ exchanges and this development will allow our clients to benefit from our latest latency reducing enhancements and various features, which include the ability to calculate indicators, such as moving averages, correlation, etc.”
NanoSpeed supports all asset classes on more than 30 exchanges, including NASDAQ OMX, CME, ICAP EBS and others. Clients accessing Eurex will benefit from all the NanoSpeed features, such as built-in risk checks, easy customisation and support for dozens of client connections and market data streams.
Nano-TG, announced in October 2013, offers the lowest latency available, a deterministic performance of over 99.8% and an exceptionally high throughput of over 20 million orders per second through hardware acceleration.
The NanoSpeed FPGA has an exceptionally light footprint, and can be easily integrated with existing proprietary and/or third party systems, such as risk management and execution, algo engines, electronic eye and auto-quoting software.