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Exegy Launches Advanced Ticker Plant for Optimised Options Market Data Processing

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Exegy, the front-office trading solutions vendor, has introduced its next generation ticker plant, specifically designed for processing options market data. The new platform is capable of processing the entire OPRA feed on a single 2U server and offers a 2x reduction in latency compared to its predecessor.

As options trading volumes rise and with the new OPRA feed set to launch on October 9th, OPRA’s guidance states that participants should prepare for capacity of 120+ million messages per second following the expansion. Exegy’s FPGA-based appliance is designed to provide significantly higher throughput than software-based systems.

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