High-performance data platform provider Redline Trading Solutions has added Bloomberg’s consolidated B-PIPE market data feed to the list of feeds available via its InRush accelerated ticker plant.
Redline says the addition of B-PIPE was driven by requests from customers and by its strategy to expand globally. As a result of becoming a registered participant of Bloomberg’s Enterprise Solutions Partner Program, Redline received assistance for writing the feed handlers. The other attraction was Bloomberg’s open approach to third party handlers, the company said.
B-PIPE delivers quotes and trades from over 300 global exchanges and distributes data from over 5,000 contributed sources. When connected to Redline’s market data solutions, this data will become available to embedded or remote trading applications using the same InRush API that these applications use to presently consume direct feeds.
According to Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions, “The addition of B-PIPE data into our market data platform adds contributed sources for additional exchanges and indices to complement the 130 global exchange feeds already available via direct connections. By combining ultra-low latency data from our direct feeds with consolidated data from B-PIPE, our customers can optimize their overall market data spending and improve resiliency by leveraging redundant data sources.”
Adds Lee Fisher, VP of Marketing at Redline: “In addition to easing software development, this also allows them to optimize their overall market data spending and it improves resiliency by leveraging redundant data sources.”