Colt launches Market Data Monitoring System

New service boosts Colt’s Capital Markets portfolio with improved visibility into market data feeds and usage.

Colt Technology Services has launched Colt Market Data Monitoring System, providing Capital Market customers with greater transparency into their service and underlying digital infrastructure. The user-friendly portal – the latest addition to Colt’s industry-leading Capital Markets portfolio – offers real-time insight into service performance for market data feeds and usage, enabling businesses to accelerate critical decision-making and response times to performance issues.

Designed by Colt’s software team to address the need for enhanced visibility into service performance, the Colt Market Data Monitoring System facilitates the monitoring of:

Bandwidth utilisation

Message rates

Dropped packets

A/B feed latency deltas

Businesses can generate analytics on data feeds and usage in the form of daily reports, driving informed, data-led decision-making across their organisations. Fully-integrated with Colt’s services and fully managed by Colt, the portal is quick and easy to set up, providing a comprehensive but light-touch IaaS offering – utilising Colt infrastructure - for market participants looking for an enhanced perspective into their service. Service monitoring occurs within the exchange colocation and through the network, for comprehensive visibility.

Arthur Rank, Global Director Capital Markets Solutions, Colt Technology Services, said, “With so many businesses impacted by cost pressures, it has never been more important for organisations to gain visibility into their operations and service performance. Our market data expertise combined with our trading infrastructure services, highly skilled development team and market-data normalisation software position us perfectly to deliver this transparency to our Capital Markets customers with the Colt Market Data Monitoring System.

He continued, “At Colt, our commitment to delivering an unrivalled service experience is our North Star, and the Capital Markets sector is a critical part of our legacy. Launching this portal reflects our firm commitment to our Capital Markets customers, helping them to build extraordinary connections.”

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