Monday, March 9, 2015

GES Announces Launch of TX-Speed – Ultra-Low Latency STP Solution

Hong Kong based Global eSolutions (HK) Limited (GES), a leading financial trading platform vendor, announces to launch its new STP solution – TX-Speed, which is especially designed for brokerages who adopt A book or A/B mix model. The setup and deployment of TX-Speed is extremely easy. With TX-Speed, brokerages are able to access inter-bank liquidity with NY4 within a very short time, gain the Best-Bid-Offer (BBO) as well as speedily and accurately execute different types of orders and cut / limit position.

The deployment of TX-Speed only takes one week – it can be installed on the MT4 server directly. No third-party software and hardware is involved and the time for preparation and learning cycle can be greatly saved. With the MT4 UI, trade orders can be routed to the top-tier liquidity hosted in NY4 by specifying any groups. To achieve faster and more stable connectivity, GES is equipped with a dedicated lease line for brokerages to use optionally.

With TX-Speed, brokerages can rapidly and precisely execute different types of orders. By leveraging the ultra-low latency infrastructures of TX-Speed, brokerages can benefit from the possible “zero” slippage on cut and limit position, effectively minimize the risk while maximizing the profits. The top reasons to use TX-Speed include:
·         Access NY4 inter-bank liquidity
·         Effectively reduce the slippage on stop and limit orders
·         No third-party software and hardware; directly installed on the MT4 server
·         Fast installation, easy-to-use, no learning cycle
·         Pre-defined groups of trade for routing orders to inter-bank liquidity
·         Support any class that MT4 supports

 “Today, many brokerages who adopt A book or A/B mix model are still struggling with challenges regarding STP.” Ken Chung, CTO of GES said. “TX-Speed is exactly what they need. With TX-Speed, brokerages are able to rapidly execute STP trading at ease, enjoy the world class inter-bank liquidity, maximize their profits and enhance the flexibility of business growth.”

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