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Chronicle FIX Engine Deployed at ‘Leading North American Stock Exchange’

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Low-latency technology solutions vendor Chronicle Software has deployed its FIX engine at a leading North American stock exchange, to provide low-latency connectivity to the exchange’s clients. The unidentified exchange cited Chronicle’s superior engine performance, microsecond latency and differentiated commercial model as reasons for working with the vendor. As part of the deal, the exchange has access to source code, enabling it to create and maintain a high throughput, performant and scalable FIX engine tailored to its exact requirements. The deployed solution is built on the Chronicle industry library and supports all versions of FIX.

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