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ICE Partners OneMarketData to Deliver On-Demand Tick Data and Analytics Service

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Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has teamed up with OneMarketData to deliver an on-demand tick data and analytics service based on the OneTick platform and provided within the ICE Consolidated Feed. OneMarketData’s OneTick analytics will be hosted by ICE Data Services and powered for customers by the ICE Consolidated Feed, offering a cost-effective, on-demand data platform integrated with low-latency access to normalised information from global markets. ICE Data Services will be the exclusive third-party distributor for this hosted service.

Lynn Martin, president and chief operating officer at ICE Data Services, says: “With the addition of OneTick to the Consolidated Feed, we’re able to provide an enhanced hosted solution for real-time and historical tick data and analytics to help power customers’ pre-trade models and quantitative trading strategies.”

Jeff Banker, senior vice president at OneMarketData, adds: “The industry is seeing an increasing need for real-time and historical tick data to help ensure regulatory obligations are met and to optimise trading algorithms. Having our OneTick data platform consolidated within ICE Data Services will provide an enhanced experience for institutions.”

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