The formal certification of the OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK provides easy and reliable access to ICE's FIX Protocol based ICE FIX Private Order Feed (POF) interface for real-time order and trade capture. ICE Private Order Feed SDK is Now Certified With the Latest Generation OnixS .NET Core FIX Engine

 

About the OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK

 

OnixS support a range of venue API specific SDK implementations under the OnixS directConnect product set.

 

The OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK is an SDK implementation that provides easy to integrate, reliable access to the ICE FIX Protocol based ICE FIX Private Order Feed (POF) interface for real-time deal capture. The ICE FIX Private Order Feed (ICE POF) allows trading participants to connect to the exchange and receive real-time and historical order and trade information including activity from WebICE and FIX Order Servers (FIX OS).

 

The OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK solution is a package that includes OnixS FIX Engine implementations with ICE FIX Private Order Feed API specific FIX Dictionary dialect variant, fast-start reference implementation, 'Getting Started' project source code, SDK API documentation and full OnixS Support, updates and upgrades on any ICE Private Order Feed API changes


You can learn more about the features and benefits here

 

Why Choose the OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK?

 

OnixS maintains, tests and pre-certifies these implementations to ensure conformance with the venue APIs.

 

The formal certification of the OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK .NET Core implementation provides a fully supported ICE FIX Private Order Feed SDK with the latest Microsoft multi-platform .NET Standards technologies supported by the OnixS .NET Core FIX Engine.

 

To find out more, you can request an evaluation download of the OnixS directConnect: ICE FIX Private Order Feed Handler SDK here. 

 

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