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PB Futures Selects Orc Software to Provide Low Latency Access to Korean Markets

PB Futures has selected Orc Software's Orc Connect to helpt it meet increasing market demand for low-latency, high-throughput connectivity to Korean markets. Orc Software, is a provider of technology for advanced derivatives trading and connectivity. PB Futures is a Seoul-based derivatives brokerage firm offering a variety of financial services including interest rate, index, currency and commodity futures/options for customers worldwide.

Utilizing Orc Connect to offer value added services such as co-location of customer infrastructure, PB Futures is able to provide fast, secure, high capacity access to the competitive Korean derivatives market for Orc Trading solution customers. “PB Futures aims to offer the best performance trading services for DMA clients. We have recently upgraded our trading system to provide fast and tailored service to clients. PB Futures selected the Orc Connect solution to support speed-sensitive FIX users, in addition to our long support for API users. Orc Connect will further enhance our service capabilities to provide high frequency trading, satisfying diverse needs of clients,” said Sonny Park, managing director, PB Futures, in a press release.

“We are pleased to support PB Futures with our high through-put connectivity solution for enabling ultra-fast direct market access, thereby further enhancing its existing service offering. PB Future’s choice is another solid endorsement for Orc’s position as a leading provider of advanced trading and connectivity solutions in Korea,” said Dennis Chen, sales director, Asia Pacific, Orc Software, in the release.

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