More NewsGissing agrees Licence with Bloomberg for Market Data Feed Handler

Gissing agrees Licence with Bloomberg for Market Data Feed Handler

Gissing Software has entered into an agreement with Bloomberg to license the API and development kit for Bloomberg’s PhatPipe high-bandwidth market data feed. Gissing has already begun developing a market data feed handler for PhatPipe – Gissing PhatPipe MDF – which is scheduled for release to existing and new customers during the first quarter of 2006. The Gissing PhatPipe MDF will enable subscribing organisations to deliver PhatPipe data – including Bloomberg data, data from exchanges, and contributed data – to their own internal market data distribution platforms and to other applications of their choice. Gissing Software’s high performance data handler technology enables users to deliver market data to appropriate applications across the organisation.

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