EBS, a provider of electronic trading platforms and technology services in foreign exchange markets, and part of CME Group, has launched a next-generation EBS Direct platform with enhanced capacity and speed that will deliver round trip processing times below 50 microseconds. The platform is in beta-testing and is designed to offer faster market data and provide greater certainty of execution and improved fill ratios. EBS will transition clients to the platform in four phases over 18 months. The rollout is expected to be completed by the first half of 2021, after which time current EBS Direct architecture will be decommissioned.
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