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McKay Brothers Launches Ultra-Low Latency Cboe UK Equities Data Service at London Stock Exchange

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McKay Brothers International SA (MBI) has launched its latest low latency market data service, now offering Cboe UK cash equities raw data at the London Stock Exchange through its wireless QRD service at what the company claims is the lowest known latency. The service brings together data from Cboe UK’s CXE and BXE feeds in their native exchange format.

MBI specialises in ultra-low latency market data distribution and low latency wireless bandwidth between global financial markets. This new service enhances its existing offer, which already includes raw and standardised market data distribution to the main exchange-trading European centres from major financial exchanges.

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