19 September 2011
London
Reporter: Anna Reitman
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Deltix seeks alpha with Data Explorers


Data Explorers has announced that its intraday security level inventory and short interest data will be available as part of the Deltix QuantOffice, which allows users to create, back-test and optimise trading strategies.

Ilya Gorelik, CEO and Founder of Deltix said: “The availability of Data Explorers data in Deltix provides another source of alpha for our users. The ability to rapidly create, back-test, optimize and deploy trading strategies in Deltix QuantOffice and QuantServer means that our users can generate immediate value from this data.”

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