NEW YORK, October 30, 2013 -- The International Securities Exchange (ISE) experienced a technical issue that led to a disruption in its outbound market data feed to OPRA commencing at the market open through approximately 10:55 am. The root cause has been identified as a configuration error on the OPRA side that they applied specifically to the communication lines dedicated to receiving data from ISE and ISE Gemini. After implementing a temporary work-around to resolve the issue this morning, ISE and OPRA technology teams are collaborating to restore the proper configuration.
The International Securities Exchange (ISE) operates two U.S. options exchanges, ISE and ISE Gemini and delivers a superior trading experience to its member firms through its patented market structure, industry-leading technology, unique functionality for trading complex orders, and award-winning customer service. In addition to the options business, ISE ETF Ventures provides its partners with a broad range of capabilities in index development, index licensing, and financing of exchange-traded products. ISE Market Data also offers a full suite of advanced real-time and historical data solutions. ISE’s wholly-owned subsidiary Longitude licenses its proprietary technology for event-driven applications in a diverse range of industries.
As a member of Eurex Group, ISE is combined with Eurex Exchange to form one of the largest transatlantic derivatives marketplaces, with daily trading volumes exceeding 9 million contracts across a growing range of asset classes. Eurex Group is owned by Deutsche Börse AG (Xetra: DB1) and comprised of Eurex Exchange, the International Securities Exchange, the European Energy Exchange, Eurex Clearing, Eurex Bonds and Eurex Repo.