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In November 2011, QuantHouse revealed a microchip product to help lower trade latency.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/2880ae44-0c84-11e1-8ac6-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1dnDXYov8|name=QuantHouse pushes trade speed boundary|org=Financial Times|date=November 14, 2011}}</ref> The silicon chip would replace the traditional PC chip and run multiple steps of the trading process at one time, on one chip. The news also identified the company's technology rivals as the UK’s [[Fixnetix]], US-based [[Ullink]], and [[Deutsche Bank]].
 
In November 2011, QuantHouse revealed a microchip product to help lower trade latency.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/2880ae44-0c84-11e1-8ac6-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1dnDXYov8|name=QuantHouse pushes trade speed boundary|org=Financial Times|date=November 14, 2011}}</ref> The silicon chip would replace the traditional PC chip and run multiple steps of the trading process at one time, on one chip. The news also identified the company's technology rivals as the UK’s [[Fixnetix]], US-based [[Ullink]], and [[Deutsche Bank]].
  
The company announced in September of 2017 that it had entered into an agreement to acquire Victory Networks, a designer and provider of high-speed networks.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://marketsmedia.com/quanthouse-acquires-victory-networks/?utm_source=Forefront+Trading+Digest&utm_campaign=62638eb525-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_09_21&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b769b7eba3-62638eb525-203696945|name=QuantHouse Acquires Victory Networks|org=MarketsMedia|date=September 21, 2017}}</ref> The deal will expand QuantHouse’s market share in the US and allow Victory Networks clients to access QuantHouse’s API-based trading technologies. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.waterstechnology.com/market-data-data-analytics/3425366/quanthouse-buys-low-latency-network-provider-victory|name=QuantHouse Buys Low-Latency Network Provider Victory|org=Waters Technology|date=September 21, 2017}}</ref>  
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The company announced in September of 2017 that it had entered into an agreement to acquire Victory Networks, a designer and provider of high-speed networks.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://marketsmedia.com/quanthouse-acquires-victory-networks/?utm_source=Forefront+Trading+Digest&utm_campaign=62638eb525-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_09_21&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b769b7eba3-62638eb525-203696945|name=QuantHouse Acquires Victory Networks|org=MarketsMedia|date=September 21, 2017}}</ref> The deal will expand QuantHouse’s market share in the US and allow Victory Networks clients to access QuantHouse’s API-based trading technologies. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.waterstechnology.com/market-data-data-analytics/3425366/quanthouse-buys-low-latency-network-provider-victory|name=QuantHouse Buys Low-Latency Network Provider Victory|org=Waters Technology|date=September 21, 2017}}</ref>
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In February of 2019, QuantHouse launched direct access to the Fenics US Treasuries platform through the FeedOS API and QuantLINK global network.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.institutionalassetmanager.co.uk/2019/02/12/273022/quanthouse-boards-fenics-ustreasuries#.XGMmLMFxuxw.twitter|name=QuantHouse on-boards Fenics USTreasuries|org=Institutional Asset Manager|date=February 13, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
== Products and Services ==
 
== Products and Services ==

Revision as of 18:09, 13 February 2019

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QuantHouse
QuantHouseLogo.jpg
Founded 2005
Headquarters Paris, France
Key People Pierre Feligioni, CEO & Co-founder
Employees 51-200
Products End-to-end systematic trading solutions
Twitter @@QuantHouseNews
Website www.quanthouse.com
Releases Company News

QuantHouse is a technology company that offers end-to-end trading solutions, low-latency market data and consulting services.

History

QuantHouse was founded in 2005. The company is headquartered in Paris, France and provides electronic trading technology to its clients. One of the company's primary investors is the financial services group Newedge.

It was previously owned by S&P Global until 2017, when it was sold to a company owned by Pierre Feligioni, one of QuantHouse's original founders.[1]

In November 2011, QuantHouse revealed a microchip product to help lower trade latency.[2] The silicon chip would replace the traditional PC chip and run multiple steps of the trading process at one time, on one chip. The news also identified the company's technology rivals as the UK’s Fixnetix, US-based Ullink, and Deutsche Bank.

The company announced in September of 2017 that it had entered into an agreement to acquire Victory Networks, a designer and provider of high-speed networks.[3] The deal will expand QuantHouse’s market share in the US and allow Victory Networks clients to access QuantHouse’s API-based trading technologies. [4]

In February of 2019, QuantHouse launched direct access to the Fenics US Treasuries platform through the FeedOS API and QuantLINK global network.[5]

Products and Services

  • Ultra Low Latency Market Data technologies
  • Algo Trading Strategies development framework
  • Infrastructure solutions
  • Professional consulting services

Key People

References

  1. S&P Global Announces Agreement to Sell QuantHouse. S&P Global.
  2. QuantHouse pushes trade speed boundary. Financial Times.
  3. QuantHouse Acquires Victory Networks. MarketsMedia.
  4. QuantHouse Buys Low-Latency Network Provider Victory. Waters Technology.
  5. QuantHouse on-boards Fenics USTreasuries. Institutional Asset Manager.