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HiFREQ is specifically geared toward firms desiring to deploy high frequency strategies without employing a team of engineers to develop and maintain software components and without significant financial commitment required for such undertaking. HiFREQ provides all essential components of scalable technology to facilitate thousands of orders per second throughput at a sub-millisecond latency.

Better yet, it is completely and seamlessly integrated with InfoReach TMS making HiFREQ a part of the uniform and consolidated firm-wide trading platform. With InfoReach HiFREQ, platform traders and developers can focus totally on their algorithm logic and implementation.

Fast: Over 10,000 orders per second per FIX connection.

Low latency: Sub-millisecond roundtrip time latency measured from the point HiFREQ gets a FIX execution report to the point when HiFREQ completes sending of a FIX order message.

Scalable: Can be deployed over multiple computer servers that can be co-located in various exchange, ECN or broker data centres.

Distributed: To increase efficiency and performance of the trading strategies their components can be designed to run concurrently. Strategy components can be deployed across multiple computer servers.

Centralised monitoring and control: While components of HiFREQ can be distributed across various geographical locations all strategy performance monitoring and control functions can be performed from a centralised remote location.

Broker neutral_ HiFREQ connects you to the multiple brokers, exchanges and ECNs.

Aggregated FX book: HiFREQ maintains an aggregated book of tradable FX quotes available from the banks and FX consolidators.

Client-server architecture: Separation of HiFREQ server part from desktop GUI improves overall performance of trading logic as it reduces the resource strain caused by desktop visual components.