Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Equity Trader Alert #2013 - 43
NASDAQ OMX Enhances QView Latency Optics Packet Capture Feature

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What you need to know:

  • NASDAQ OMX has enhanced the Packet Capture (PCAP) functionality available in QView Latency Optics.
  • The PCAP functionality now includes historical timeframes beyond the current trading day.

What is Latency Optics?

As announced in ETA #2013-05, NASDAQ OMX® introduced QView Latency Optics, an add-on to NASDAQ OMX QView. Latency Optics, powered by Corvil, offers customers clarity into their order flow latency on The NASDAQ Stock Market® (NASDAQ®).

What enhancements have been made to Latency Optics?

The QView Latency Optics Packet Capture (PCAP) functionality now includes historical timeframes beyond the current trading day. Although the historical data is not guaranteed, it can typically go back up to 11 days depending on volumes. The PCAP feature is included at no additional charge to QView Latency Optics subscribers.

How can I request a customized demonstration?

Contact Andrea Moran at +1 212 231 5162 for a personalized web demo for your firm.

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