Sanjay Shah, CTO of NanoSpeed talks to DerivSource about how these regulations are re-shaping the industry and the role that connectivity solutions such as the ultra-fast field programmable gate array (FPGA) have to play. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript.
UK-based NanoSpeed, a provider of low-latency FPGA solutions for trading, has announced the launch of Nano-Gateway, a trading gateway which will offer benefits including order entry, pre-trade risk and market data, which is "10 to 20 times faster" than its nearest competitor, officials say..
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London - NanoSpeed, the provider of FPGA solutions, has announced the launch of Nano-Gateway, a trading gateway. The new FPGA halves the latency of NanoSpeed's first trading gateway, Nano-TG (launched in 2013). The new gateway offers order entry, pre-trade risk and market data and new connectivity to exchanges, including NASDAQ, PSX (Philadelphia Exchange) and BX (Boston Exchange) using the low-latency UFO protocol (UDP For Orders)..
Several young financial technology companies are developing solutions to ensure that one of regulators’ key concerns is allayed, that dark pools operate in a fair way for all who trade in them.. London-based NanoSpeed Technologies is developing programmable computer chips known as field programmable gate arrays, or FPGAs, that will carry out pre-trade checks based on new MIFID requirements.
Markets Media have identified NanoSpeed as one of the companies to watch in 2015.
“These are firms that may not be on the radar currently, or they are just working their way onto the radar. They are doing something interesting or innovative, and they have the right people behind them to establish themselves and make some noise in future years”.
Was Flash Boys a flash in the pan? Nearly a year since the Michael Lewis Best-seller assailed high frequency trading as the root of all evil - or at least unfairness - in equity markets, advocates of algorithmic techniques may still be muttering about how their profession was tarred.
Nano-risk, NanoSpeed’s CME-certified field-programmable gate array is designed to speed up trading, market data processing and risk management functions for dealers, hedge funds and high-speed trading firms.
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Founded by aerospace engineers, NanoSpeed’s optimized connectivity solution brings exceptionally low and deterministic latency to the London Stock Exchange
NanoSpeed has announced it is now providing high-speed connectivity to the London Stock Exchange (LSE) equities and equity derivative businesses through its Nano-Risk field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
NanoSpeed, a provider of ultra-fast FPGA solutions to the trading community, has released its latest Nano-Risk FPGA with a latency of sub 60 nanoseconds for the CME.
NanoSpeed released its latest Nano-Risk FPGA for the CME. With a latency of sub 60 nanoseconds the product is the new benchmark for fastest pre-trade risk checks.
Thanks to FPGA architecture, trading firms can burn their pre-risk controls onto the circuits in their back-office servers - and keep the regulators at bay.
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Heather McKenzie explains why FPGA is going mainstream.
While FPGAs offer a vast concurrent resource to develop your trading strategies straight in the FPGA fabric, a system with FPGA embedded processors offers an easier transition.
Is it worth implementing algo strategies on FPGAs? The answer is that it depends on the strategies.
As FX trading becomes increasingly electronic, low-latency trading and risk technology will become increasingly critical to the market. FPGAs are helping accelerate the industry.
High-frequency trading in the futures markets has been a hot topic for at least a few years now, and many of the arguments pro and con were aired in a Senate hearing this week.
Technology firms will continue to work with regulators to offer unbiased advice in coming up with regulations that work in tandem with innovation and facilitate efficient market conditions for all participants.
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Nanospeed expects to expand the reach of its connectivity services in Asia and to add connectivity in BRIC countries in the near term, according to comments from Sanjay Shah, chief technology officer of Nanospeed.
Stephanie Hammer looks at so-called hardware acceleration and why it matters to more than just low-latency firms.
William Essex investigates the latest developments with FX algorithms including efforts by providers to develop more advanced algorithmic toolsets with new tactical capabilities that although quick and simple to deploy are functionally much more adept than their predecessors.
... used by the Options Price Reporting Authority and other US options exchanges. However, Nanospeed is currently adding support for the SGX Singapore Exchange, the Australia ... Asian and European markets in response to client demand. ... Faye Kilburn ... data, IMD2013Nov4, NanoSpeed, FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array), Latency, protocol, Asia
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NanoSpeed, a provider of ultra-fast FPGA products to the trading community, has launched Nano-TG, an ultra-low latency trading gateway. Nano-TG is easily customizable by NanoSpeed, for example by incorporating client-specific risk checks and changes to protocols.