The German derivatives market operator is undergoing a technology revamp that promises to surpass the demands of a transformed industry. Dan Barnes reports.
On December 3 2012, Eurex will go live with a new trading
platform, which promises to accelerate order matching speeds
and to offer new ways of trading. The new launch is part of a
continual updating of technology at the exchange and
infrastructure operator and this system is being run already
at the International Securities Exchange (ISE), the US
options market which is fully owned by Eurex.
As a result of the upgrade the ISE has claimed the current
median latency for trading on its market equals 250
microseconds, a reduction of approximately 39% since the
completion of the rollout in August 2011.
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