NYSE Technologies said it had donated a piece of code that sits in between applications and operating systems, so that trading, market data and other programs can be “openly” created, at low cost, for use on computing clouds.

The commercial technology unit of NYSE Euronext (NYX) said that it was turning over its Middleware Agnostic Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAMA) to the Linux Foundation, a nonprofit consortium that fosters the use of and distribution of source code that any developer can use. The source code can be downloaded via the Internet, without charge.

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