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April 17, 2009

Wolverine Trading selects OneMarketData’s OneTick Database

OneTick Database collects and processes millions of ticks per second

By CBR Staff Writer

Wolverine Trading, a proprietary trading firm, has licensed OneMarketData’s OneTick Database, a software for tick data management and analytics, to capture, retrieve, store and analyze its financial tick data.

OneMarketData said that Wolverine chose OneTick Database over competing products for its high-performance, low-latency architecture and analytics. OneTick Database collects and processes millions of ticks per second on a single CPU and archives billions of ticks per day globally, providing uniform access to all tick data, up to and including the latest tick.

OneMarketData also said that OneTick Database allows clients to use one platform to access all data including equities, fixed income, futures, FX and options, as well as full order book data. It also compresses, stores and analyzes all kinds of data uniformly, whether it is tick data, daily process data, reference data or news.

OneTick Database also tackles rising data volumes and real-time data rates, while servicing multiple concurrent user queries on large datasets that span decades. A multi-asset class system with no limitations on data volumes, peak rates or length of stored history, OneTick empowers users to access one integrated database for all quantitative research needs.

Richard Chmiel, vice president of global sales and marketing for OneMarketData, said: We are excited to provide Wolverine Trading with a comprehensive solution for its data management and analytics needs. With OneTick Database, Wolverine is able to dramatically improve its capture, storage and analysis of tick data through a centralized, multi-asset class solution that combines real-time streaming and historical data with intuitive built-in business logic.

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