Home Blog Xignite Partners with SIX

Xignite Partners with SIX

Jul 23, 2020 By Kerry Langstaff Categories - Company News, Product Updates


Xignite and SIX have partnered to offer the entire catalog of SIX real-time market and reference data from the cloud via (recently announced) Xignite microservices. This is the first time ever that such a comprehensive set of market data has been offered via a native cloud solution. The partnership underscores the growing interest among financial institutions to stop maintaining complex and expensive on-premise infrastructures and migrate mission-critical activities to the cloud. 

NICE Actimize, the first customer from the new partnershiprecently replaced its legacy solution with Xignite's Real-Time Microservice to onboard and manage multi-asset class, level 1 and 2 co-located feeds from multiple sources, and is using exchange prices and other data from SIX in its Surveil-X trade surveillance tool. 

“Partnering with Xignite is a great leap for SIX in making its market data easily available to all buy-side and sell-side professionals. While making the richness, depth and wide coverage of our Market Data Feed available via Xignite’s cloud-based solution, we offer clients streamlined access to the highest quality data without a complicated acquisition process, burdensome integration or costly development,” commented John McManus, Head Sales, Financial Information, SIX.

Xignite Enterprise Microservices are a suite of data vendor-agnostic services that large firms can deploy to migrate their market data infrastructure and any of their existing data sources, including Bloomberg, Refinitiv and ICE, to the cloud. Xignite’s battle-tested cloud-native solution currently serves more than 12 billion API calls per day to 750 clients around the world--making it the largest cloud API platform in capital markets. 

Read the press release

Kerry Langstaff

Kerry Langstaff

Chief Marketing Officer

Kerry Langstaff spearheads marketing and partnership efforts at Xignite. She is passionate about driving fintech innovation and has spoken at numerous fintech events around the world. 

Debunking 5 Misconceptions About Moving Market Data to the Cloud

Learn the truth about why financial institutions are migrating market data storage away from their legacy data center and moving their market data to the cloud.