Deutsche Borse, Latest Exchange to Chase High-Frequency Trading Firms

According to the Financial News’ Tim Cave, Deutsche Börse has become the latest exchange to upgrade its technology in an attempt to win business from high-frequency trading firms, as the arms race among Europe’s stock markets and alternative trading venues continues.

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The German exchange group said today that it was improving connectivity across both its equities and derivatives markets as part of a “continuous development of its systems which is particularly focused on minimizing latency for transactions and data feeds”.

As part of the measures, the exchange is enhancing trading and data connections to its Xetra and Eurex markets to include bandwidths of up to 10GB for the first time. Bandwidth is the rate at which a network can transfer data from one point to another, and is typically measured in bits per second.

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