Quincy Data has added US treasuries data to its Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service. Quincy now sources on-the-run US treasuries data at the Equinix Secaucus-NY2 data centre.
Quincy uses the McKay Brothers’ microwave network to transport the data to Aurora, IL in under four milliseconds, the lowest latency available.
The QED service distributes data for the two, three, five, seven, 10, and 30-year US treasuries sourced from the leading cash treasuries trading platform at the industry-leading futures exchange for US treasuries.
Stephane Tyc, Quincy Data co-founder, says: “Quincy serves the fixed income markets by providing traders and risk managers with the most up-to-date cash and futures pricing data. We are excited to interconnect the preeminent cash and derivative markets for US treasuries.”
Quincy’s new US treasuries data highlights the value of combining premium exchange data with the lowest latency network.
Quincy Data’s long-standing goal is to level the playing field for access to the best low latency market data. QED utilises the microwave network of its sister company, McKay Brothers. Quincy and McKay are guided by the principle that markets function best when all participants can access the most up-to-date information.
Quincy offers short-term subscriptions, a discount for small and emerging firms, and a single API globally. QED feed is available in twenty major trading centres globally.