At MayStreet, we’ve dedicated significant resources to growing our coverage.
Over the past few months, we’ve added feeds from several dozen new exchanges in the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Of particular note is the build-out of our Canadian offering, which now includes full depth data from Montreal Exchange, Nasdaq Canada, NEO, MATCHNow and all the TSX venues. (Visit our market coverage page for a comprehensive look at the feeds MayStreet offers.)
We’re also continuing to increase our data center footprint globally. To ensure the highest quality data capture, we are colocated inside a growing number of exchange data centers. This includes CME, LSE, HKEX, JPX, SGX and TMX Markham. In addition, we also capture data in other data centers that are delivery points for various data feeds, including NY4, Mahwah, Carteret, CH4 and TR1 in North America, and Basildon, LD4 and FR2 in Europe.
Not only does this enable us to capture lossless data with as little latency as possible, it allows us to eliminate setup fees for our clients and provide data at substantially reduced costs. Just as significantly, we automatically handle any data format changes made by exchanges, removing risk and a significant resource drain for clients. Finally, we ensure our data is easy to work with. For example, a leading quant firm recently approached us with an ETF data issue. Even though they had been in the data business for decades, they were unable to track index composition as it changes over time and needed this information to make sense of their data. MayStreet was able to fill the gap and turn the data that otherwise would’ve been useless, into an asset.
The following are the data centers in which we are currently colocated or expect to be colocated by Q1 2021. In the first half of the year, we also plan to add data capture services for several major venues with hops due to country restrictions. These include KRX in Hong Kong and Singapore, and ASX in Equinix CH4.
In 2021 we look forward to further building on the momentum we’ve developed this year, bringing clients an ever-widening array of feeds across a range of asset classes.
Wishing you and yours all the best in 2021!
— Naftali Cohen, Chief Revenue Officer