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Atrium Network to Distribute CME Data for Activ Financial

Activ Financial, a provider of low-latency market data solutions, is extending its connectivity to Atrium Network to consume and distribute CME Group real-time data across the platform.

Activ Financial, a provider of low-latency market data solutions, is extending its connectivity to Atrium Network to consume and distribute CME Group real-time data across the platform.

The CME Group data will be part of Activ Financial’s ActivFeed offering. Users will now have access to Atrium Network’s secure technology platform as the new connectivity path from CME Group.

In a statement, Emmanuel Pellé, co-founder and director of sales and marketing at Atrium Network, said, “Our platform is designed to easily accommodate service expansions to include the largest venues in the trading arena. Exposure to a wide spread of multiple asset classes, combined with low latency is key for clients today. We offer clients straightforward, resilient access to help them simplify their connectivity requirements and to ensure they receive secure, reliable and ultra high-speed access to the financial community.”

Added Frank Piasecki, president of Activ Financial, “Global market data solutions providers have multiple data sources to manage, and rely on fast, efficient and cost-effective technology to transport high-volume raw data with the lowest possible latency. Working with Atrium Network helps us to supply the connectivity that is vital for our clients seeking access to fast, quality data from existing and emerging venues.”

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