1 March 2013

New version of FIX Antenna Java 2.11 was released on March 1st, 2013

B2BITS, EPAM Systems' Capital Markets Competency Center releases new FIX Antenna Java version 2.11.

 Key FIX Antenna Java 2.11 Enhancements:

  • Improved performance.  The new version allows delivering over 50,000 messagesper second with persistence and over 150,000 messages per second without persistence. It adds up to 11 microseconds to latency in average for sending messages and up to 4 microseconds for reading with persistence. Full report of test scenarios and results of FIX Antenna® Java testing you can find here or contact B2BITS at sales@b2bits.com
  • Prepared message. User is able to build template message and send it many times with different values. Sending such messages will be faster in most cases.
  • Asynchronous and synchronous sending. User is able to choose how to send message. Synchronous sending will give lower latency, but asynchronous will be preferred for get better throughput.
  • Extended flat message API.Added methods to work with primitive types, which allow handling of each value in most efficient way and using a wide range of data types without conversion.
  • Extended configuration. Session now can be totally configured from configuration file (including host, port, sender/target, etc.). This feature is especially useful for registering acceptors - all sessions could be defined in a single file. In addition to old property file format, configuration could be defined in xml format.
  • Memory-mapped file storage. New type of persistent storage, which is based on memory-mapped files. It's faster than storage based on RandomAccessFile in most cases.

We would like to invite you to learn more about enhanced features of FIX Antenna Java and to benefit from the upgrading to the latest FIX Antenna Java version 2.11.

Please contact us at sales@b2bits.com to obtain the latest enhanced version of FIX Antenna Java or for any additional information.

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