Thomson Reuters has announced the beta release of direct low latency connectivity to NYSE Euronext’s Universal Trading Platform (UTP) via its RDF-Direct service, allowing customers to meet the schedule of Euronext Cash markets migration from the existing NSC trading system to the new UTP.
RDF-D currently supports more than 50 direct feeds. Data can be fed into the Reuters Market Data System (RMDS) or into other trading applications. Installation of RDF-D can be at a client site, an exchange's co-location premises or at a Thomson Reuters hosting centre.
Patrick Lastennet, Director of Data Solutions Europe at NYSE Euronext, notes: “Today’s new low latency connection is an important milestone following our successful migration of NYSE Euronext’s European Bonds on to the platform. NYSE Euronext is committed to delivering a superior market data service with low latency measured in microseconds and with no compromise on reliability. The strong commitment of the Thomson Reuters Direct Feeds team to our program will further ensure our market data customers benefit fully from these enhancements.”