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Exegy Delivers Data Tone in Mahwah and Aurora

Exegy has made its Data Tone service, providing low-latency market data, available at NYSE Euronext’s Mahwah, NJ data centre, and at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s data centre in Aurora, Il. Data Tone provides low cost feeds as a service, leveraging Exegy’s ticker plant.

At Mahwah, Exegy is offering access to NYSE data feeds, and in Aurora it is providing CME data. Trading firms can co-locate in either facility and access data via a cross connect, without the expense of installing their own servers and feed handling software.

Data Tone combines a hardware-accelerated Exegy ticker plant with bundled market data services available at a monthly fee. Access to the data is available via 1gE, 10gE or InfiniBand, using TCP/IP or RDMA.

Exegy has previously made Data Tone available at Equinix’s NY4 data centre in Secaucus, NJ, for access to Direct Edge data.

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