The race towards zero latency-no delays-in the trading cycle has generated countless breakthroughs in technology. Time gets measured in microseconds. The impact of complex events get calculated before trades are made. Market data are filtered and redistributed to applications that use them in real time.

Now, as trading firms seek to squeeze every last bit of latency from the trading cycle, they are increasingly focusing more attention on middleware, which represents the critical set of applications that must be seamlessly knit together to send and receive market data, reference data, trade/position data, and so forth.

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