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Finamex, the leading financial services broker dealer for the Mexican Exchange marketplace, historically focused in providing premium professional trading products for high-performance and low-latency market access, announced today its new proximity DMA offering.

Philippe Carre SunGard SunGard has extended its Valdi Market Access solution with the addition of a hosted connectivity service to EuroTLX, a Milan based European multilateral trading facility that claims to the first fixed income market in Europe focused on retail investors.

Exegy, Inc., the market data appliance company announced today that the Exegy Ticker Plant driving the MarketDataPeaks web site hit 3,245,070 messages per second. This is a new record and surpasses the previous high water mark of 2,808,532 mps reached on 6 May 2010 during the flash crash.

NYI, a SAS 70 type II-certified, mission-critical data solutions provider, has launched NYI X-Connect, a new platform that allows NYI customers immediate, customizable access to more than 20 top markets, including New York, New Jersey, Frankfurt, Singapore, Hong Kong, Chicago and Toronto.

UK brokerage firm Winterflood Securities has gone live on the SunGard Global Network (SGN) low-latency market data and order routing network, SGN Securities, to gain access to its clients’ order flow generated on SunGard's systems.

Australian stockbroking, corporate advisory and asset management firm BBY has chosen Orc Software to meet customer demand for low latency, high throughput connectivity to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

Corvil, a provider of Latency Management Systems for electronic trading and market data, today announced that FFastfill, a leading provider of software and services to the financial community, is deploying CorvilNet to optimize the performance of their suite of products, which encompass front, middle, back office and risk. FFastfill will use the CorvilNet solution to pro-actively manage latency for exchange and client connectivity.

Messaging specialist Real-Time Innovations (RTI) is this week announcing version 4.5 of its Data Distribution Service middleware, extending it beyond low-latency front-office applications to support middle- and back-office applications. The release includes a software development kit (SDK) allowing the creation of adaptors to link into disparate enterprise-wide systems, as well as pre-built adaptors for TCP/IP sockets and the Java Message Service (JMS).

In the financial services industry, where time is literally money, the ability to receive instantaneous financial market information is critical to maintaining competitive advantage.