Airtel has defined Solace as their enterprise-wide messaging technology for use cases that involve the distribution of business-critical, high-volume or time-sensitive information
Solace technology has given Akuna Capital a fast, scalable and fully redundant infrastructure that allows them to focus resources on optimizing their differentiating trading strategies.
American Express uses Solace technology to efficiently move real-time data throughout their globally-distributed business as part of mission-critical activities including credit and purchase authorizations, loyalty programs and more.
ATG, Sweden’s leading provider of horse racing, sporting and betting entertainment, uses Solace to reliably offer bettors real-time information and interactive services via their web site, mobile apps and partners.
Azure, a leading payment provider based in Taiwan, replaced MQ with Solace technology that now serves as the messaging platform for their payment gateway.
Barclays established Solace technology as the global standard for their enterprise-wide high-speed messaging platform.
bet365 uses Solace technology to transfer data across its global network as a part of an ongoing cloud strategy.
As the JMS messaging platform that powers Brand.net’s digital media buying platform, Solace technology enables global brands to dynamically allocate web-wide display and video advertising.
CSE uses Solace technology to manage the distribution of high speed data feeds to clients
Cobalt, which aims to reduce the cost, risk and complexity of Foreign Exchange post-trade processing, is using Solace to facilitate the event-driven flow of information by leveraging blockchain-inspired distributed ledger technology.
Connectivity in a Box uses Solace technology to power its next-generation FIX connectivity service.
Core uses Solace technology to help the U.S. Postal Service and the Department of Defense exchange real-time logistics data with its global logistics suppliers.
Crédit Agricole has implemented Solace as part of its continuous investment in low latency electronic trading in FX, Rates and Bonds.
DZ Bank uses Solace technology to accelerate information flow within their trading infrastructure.
Fluent uses Solace technology to efficiently distribute trading information to front- and back-office systems, to big data warehouses that let clients run complex queries.
FxPro uses Solace to increase the capacity, performance and robustness of the infrastructure that powers its advanced trading platforms and customer-facing interfaces.
Grupo Bursátil Mexicano (GBM), a leading Mexican investment and brokerage firm, uses a Solace-based Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) to route a wide range of information between front, middle and back-office applications responsible for risk management, clearing, settlement and more.
Harris is using Solace technology to enable the distribution of data as part of a NASA/NOAA climate monitoring satellite program.
Hong Kong Jockey Club is using Solace technology to improve the distribution of real-time odds and other information to their customers.
Jio, the world's largest mobile data network and India's fastest-growing telecommunications company, selected Solace for their messaging middleware appliance to support faster customer onboarding and provisioning.
KRX has selected Solace’s messaging appliances as the core data delivery infrastructure for their new high-speed exchange platform, called EXTURE+.
Solace complemented LGIM’s EAI/SOA platform giving them the flexibility to adapt and scale their infrastructure as they address new business needs.
With Solace Liquidnet saw roundtrip latency drop by as much as 4 milliseconds, giving traders the confidence of knowing they have an up-to-date picture of liquidity .
Live E!'s sensor network relies on Solace to route climate data from sensors to researchers and government officials monitoring environmental change and emergencies.
London Capital Group selected Solace to consolidate and upgrade the technology they use to distribute real-time price information to applications and traders throughout their business and around the world.
LSE Group uses Solace’s platform to provide a high throughput persistent messaging infrastructure for their downstream staging system.
Menards uses Solace technology for a variety of retail business operations throughout the Midwest.
Mercuria uses Solace appliances to accelerate information flow within their datacenters and over the wide area network which connects them.
The Solace platform captures usage statistics and delivers them across the LAN and WAN to big data repositories like Hadoop, Apache Solr and Myspace’s custom analytics applications.
Solace technology enables the communication of mission critical data as part of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite – R Series (GOES-R) program.
Solace provides the fully failsafe, guaranteed messaging functionality that order and execution management systems require with extremely predictable and low latency.
Pico uses Solace appliances as the data distribution infrastructure within their Pico Quantitative Trading platform.
RBC Capital Markets has deployed Solace appliances routers to act as the message bus of their low latency trading platform.
SAP HANA Cloud Platform includes an integration service called SAP HANA Cloud Integration that is designed to connect applications, business partners and devices as part of end-to-end business processes running in the cloud.
Singapore Land Transport Authority has selected Solace as a key component of a Next-Generation Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) system.
Spotex has selected Solace message routers to serve as the low latency messaging foundation of their foreign exchange (FX) electronic communications network (ECN).
Standard Chartered selected Solace to provide the messaging infrastructure for their next-generation foreign exchange trading platform.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions partner. TCS is a leader in the global marketplace and among the top 10 technology firms in the world.
In early 2011 TMX Group deployed Solace’s platform as the messaging backbone within their data dissemination plant.
TP ICAP, the world’s largest interdealer broker, deployed Solace technology to upgrade their messaging infrastructure and implement a modern service-based trading architecture.
In 2010 Two Sigma implemented Solace’s JMS messaging solution in its core trading infrastructure to support numerous application-based messaging functions.
Unibet is using Solace’s market leading appliances to accelerate information flow within their datacenters and to the over 7 million customers connecting to them.
The University of Aizu has selected Solace’s messaging solution to collect and distribute sensor data as part of a system that will monitor roads, bridges and buildings across Japan.
Vela (formerly SR Labs) has deployed Solace Message Router Appliances to deliver a market leading compression solution which can publish data in the OpenMAMA format, and can meets the needs of clients in regions where high-bandwidth circuits may not be readily available.
VoiceBase uses Solace messaging technology to intelligently route voice, video and text events through their system.