This partnership between two leading providers of FPGA-based solutions is aimed at providing acceleration solutions to the financial services industry.


SAN JOSE, Calif. – Jun 14, 2012 – Accelize, the industry leader in ultra-low latency FPGA-based network processing platforms and Enyx, a leading provider of turnkey FPGA-based solutions for trading firms, today announced a partnership aimed at providing acceleration solutions to the financial services industry.


The combination of Accelize ultra-low latency FPGA network adapter cards and infrastructure building blocks (IP) and Enyx financial expertise, FPGA design expertise, and finance-specific building blocks (IP) will enable their joint customers to design and deploy customized ultra-low latency FPGA based trading, basket pricing and pre-trade risk solutions whether they are FPGA experts or not.


Current Enyx turnkey solutions based on Accelize FPGA platforms already enable customers to achieve sub-microsecond latency market data processing and order execution and provide orders of magnitude superior performance for algorithmic trading, as compared to conventional software-based and hybrid approaches. By providing all of the key components needed for building high-end FPGA-based solutions, Enyx and Accelize are jointly defining the standards required to succeed in any FPGA-based development.


Arnaud Derasse, Co-Founder and CEO at Enyx, commented:

“Enyx is concentrating on delivering solutions with the best quality to enable the best user experience ever seen using FPGAs. This is why we are requiring the same level of quality for the hardware platforms we use. We are glad to announce this partnership today, between two companies sharing the same values and strategic view.


“We anticipate that the move from software to hardware in latency-sensitive domains such as finance will require a market shift to standardized and widely used pre-integrated hardware IP cores and board solutions.”


Stephane Hauradou, Vice President at Accelize, said:

“Accelize creates leading FPGA network platforms, focused on providing ease of integration and a quick time-to-design for our worldwide customer base. By partnering with an innovative company like Enyx, we can bring more specialized solutions to market, in particular to the financial services industry, increasing customer satisfaction and reducing their time-to-market.”



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Join Accelize & Enyx at SIFMA 2012

Accelize and Enyx will be presenting their combined solutions at the SIFMA Financial Services Technology Forum & Expo, booth #1850, June 19 to June 20, 2012 in New York. For more information on the conference, please visit





ACCELIZE is a leading provider of FPGA- based technology for the Financial Services Industry. Accelize’s ultra-low latency FPGA network platforms include a combination of leading edge FPGA processing cards along with a library of infrastructure intellectual property (IP), finance-specific IP, software APIs, and reference designs.


These comprehensive and pre-validated trading frameworks provide an unprecedented time-to-market advantage by enabling financial institutions, including banks, hedge funds, specialized trading firms and exchanges, to concentrate on their value-add algorithms such as trading strategies, and proprietary IP.


ACCELIZE is a PLDA GROUP company, founded in 1996 and privately owned. ACCELIZE is present in North America (San Jose, CA) and in Europe (France, Italy). For more information, visit


About ENYX

Enyx is a leading developer and provider of proprietary ultra-low latency technology and solutions, primarily for trading. Enyx’s products deliver the next generation of cutting-edge technology, while also remaining accessible and flexible.


Enyx provides off-the-shelf solutions compatible with FPGA platforms such as ACCELIZE and ARISTA, and also assists in the integration and deployment of its platform into the customer’s infrastructure. Enyx’s clients include some of the leading securities market places, market data vendors, investment banks, brokers and investment funds.


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