Chicago & Ottawa, Tuesday 11 February 2014 — Responding to increased market demand for a software solution that enables electronic trading firms to quickly and easily connect their FIX gateways to Solace Systems messaging appliances, CameronTec today released the Catalys Solace Integrator.
CameronTec is the global standard in FIX connectivity, offering both trading technology and professional services. Solace Systems provides messaging middleware appliances that efficiently distribute data to desktop, enterprise and mobile applications with higher performance and at lower cost than alternatives.
Peter Mott, CameronTec VP Americas says: “CameronTec is committed to supplying the electronic trading market with electronic trading software that will provide quick and robust solutions for the latest industry initiatives and technologies. Based on the increasing ubiquity of Solace appliances in the financial services industry, we worked to develop the Catalys Solace Integrator.”
“Solace is pleased to welcome CameronTec to the growing ecosystem of technology providers offering solutions that complement our hardware,” says Denis King, SVP of Field Operations at Solace Systems. “The Catalys Solace Integrator is an ideal way for firms of all sizes to give their FIX gateways access to the market-leading data distribution capabilities our hardware offers.”
At the core of CameronTec technology is a unique understanding of the FIX world that comes from a concentration of the world’s largest FIX deployments. With a host of industry-firsts, Catalys and CameronFIX provide unprecedented levels of flexibility and innovation that firms need to sustainably differentiate in today’s markets.
CameronTec recently acquired Greenline Financial Technologies, reinforcing its category leadership and creating a unique single destination for all things FIX… whether it’s connectivity, trading or all the tools and framework to manage and optimize.
CameronTec is pleased to sponsor the FPL Americas Conference in New York, February 13th.
CameronTec is the global standard in FIX connectivity incorporating trading technology and professional services that today powers the largest user base among financial institutions. Catalys Market Access offers FIX-powered gateways to more than 60 equity, derivative and FX markets across the globe, as a locally deployed or managed / hosted service. The recently acquired Greenline Financial Technologies and its superior FIX and non-FIX operational technology and services, coupled with CameronTec’s technology and trading tools, creates a compelling end-to-end trading and services platform for the global financial industry.
Uniquely positioned as a software and service provider delivering enterprise, hosted and managed platforms, our dedicated professional services team ensures optimal integration and deployment performance.
CameronTec’s solutions are tested and trusted by the world’s best firms in over 50 countries, on all five continents, that represent the broadest cross section of tier 1 and 2 investment banks, brokers, fund managers, exchanges, regulators, and the ISV community.
Catalys is our flagship offering, designed to provide a superior and resilient integrated platform for operations, infrastructure and trading management — covering all aspects of the deal life-cycle: pre-trade, trade and post-trade. It is underpinned by our market-leading connectivity technology, and engineered on the widely acknowledged standard in FIX engines, CameronFIX. This covers customer-facing, system-facing, and market-facing connectivity.
Our products and services are exceptionally supported by regionally focused teams in New York, Chicago, London, Stockholm, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Sydney and Mumbai.
CameronTec is owned by Nordic Capital Fund VII.
Solace Systems makes appliances that let companies distribute real-time data to desktop, enterprise and mobile applications with higher performance and at lower cost than alternatives. Solace has been successfully deployed by customers in financial services, government, internet services, telecom, manufacturing, energy, retail, transportation and logistics.