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WH Trading Uses QuantHouse for Low-Latency Global Market Access

WH Trading, a tech-savvy global proprietary trading firm, is using QuantHouse solutions QuantLINK and QuantFEED to support low-latency global market access.

The Chicago based firm, which trades futures and options markets across US, Europe and Asia, is using QuantLINK, QuantHouse’s ultra-low latency 40G network, to enable market access and delivery of market data at low latency speeds. The connectivity performance of the QuantLINK network is continually improved to ensure the latest and fastest routes are available with new exchanges and alternative trading venues being constantly added. QuantFEED handles upgrades and updates to ensure optimum connectivity routing to required markets at the lowest possible latency.

Mike Madigan, chief technology officer at WH Trading, says: “We look to deploy only technology excellence and believe trading performance can be mapped to the quality of trading infrastructure in place. We use QuantHouse raw exchange connectivity at a number of global exchange venues.”

Salloum Abousaleh, managing director Americas at QuantHouse, comments: “WH Trading is one of the largest market makers trading on global markets. It also leads the field in terms of using the latest and most advanced technology, whether built in-house or outsourced to third parties. We are seeing increasing demand for quantitative trading tools, not only from innovative proprietary trading firms, but also from alternative investments, hedge funds and asset managers.”

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