According to the company, the move coincides with the expansion of Integral’s data centers supporting Integral’s FX Grid, a global, multi-sided trading facility connecting active market participants with all sources of FX liquidity.
The new ultra-low latency functionality, called FX Inside HD, provides application virtualization for co-location of FX Inside Professional alongside FX Grid while providing a rich application experience from any client device, said Integral Development.
Harpal Sandhu, CEO of Integral Development, said: Integral clients configure a private trading exchange by creating their own virtual environment within FX Grid. FX Inside HD enhances their trading efficiency by accelerating price discovery from the FX Grid and the speed of execution for the FX Inside Professional EMS. In addition, clients now have added flexibility for their eFX trading by being free to move from one device to another accessing their EMS from all versions of MS Windows, Mac OS, Linux and other non-Windows trading-related devices.
Jon Barker, vice president of worldwide sales at Integral Development, said: FX Grid is hosted in premier facilities optimized for access to major liquidity providers. We are offering our customers co-location and the consulting services to help make their projects a success.