Chronicle Software integrates Chronicle Queue with kdb+ – Delivering high speed trading solution in partnership with AquaQ Analytics

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London, Belfast, Singapore – 05 February 2021 – Chronicle Software (Chronicle), a specialist provider of low-latency technology solutions for the financial services industry, announced the integration of their latency-optimised messaging framework Chronicle Queue with the high-performance database kdb+.  

Chronicle has completed the integration project in partnership with AquaQ, the consultancy and product development company. The integration enables users of Chronicle Queue to not only transport and cache data rapidly between processes, but also to push data into kdb+, delivering ultra-low latency data flow and high-volume storage, whilst ensuring no data loss.

Peter Lawrey CEO Chronicle said “We are delighted to work with AquaQ and enhance our market leading high performance trading technology solutions.  We continue to prioritise research and development activity to ensure that our technology is consistently ahead of the rest of the field.” He added, “We look forward to progressing our partnership and extending our delivery capabilities”. 

“We are excited to be embarking on a new partnership with the Chronicle team. Chronicle Software is a key component of the low-latency data architectures built by a number of our clients. AquaQ Analytics always strive to work with cutting edge technologies and we look forward to building our strategic partnership and combined service offering” commented Jonny Press CTO AquaQ Analytics.

This initiative is a key part of the Chronicle 2021 growth strategy to integrate complimentary third party technology with the high-throughput, performant, and scalable Java-based trading platform solutions.

About Chronicle Software

Chronicle Software was founded in 2013 by Peter Lawrey, the design authority and technical architect behind our software stack. As the company has grown, Peter has assembled some of the best Java engineers and subject matter experts in the industry, to deliver the most challenging requirements facing financial markets. Our heritage is firmly rooted in financial services. Each of our team has on average over 20 years’ experience in building the most demanding and leading-edge FinTech solutions.

Since our inception seven years ago, Chronicle has rapidly gained a reputation for delivering market-leading, high-performance trading technology solutions to some of the world’s most demanding firms.  We lift the performance restrictions on how you design, manage, and monitor your systems, and free you to focus on your business.

At Chronicle we are always pushing the bar to meet new customer challenges. Our focus is on the future:

How do we ensure that we are building the fastest, smartest and most agile solutions? Unlike many other technology providers, we continue to prioritise significant investment into research and development, both on our existing technology stack and in new technologies and paradigms, to support the financial markets of the future.

For more information please contact Andrew Twigg – andrew.twigg@chronicle.software

About AquaQ Analytics

AquaQ Analytics Limited is a provider of specialist data management, data analytics and data mining products and services to clients operating within the capital markets and other sectors. With over 200 employees operating globally, our domain knowledge, combined with advanced analytical techniques and expertise in best-of-breed technologies, helps our clients get the most out of their data. Visit us at www.aquaq.co.uk

For more information please contact Steven Johnston – steven.johnston@aquaq.co.uk

For media inquiries, please contact:
Melanie Budden
The Realization Group for Chronicle Software
melanie.budden@therealizationgroup.com
Tel: +44 7974 937970


Jamie GrantChronicle Software integrates Chronicle Queue with kdb+ – Delivering high speed trading solution in partnership with AquaQ Analytics

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