MtiQS Multi Quote Server

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  • Date: Aug 21, 2010
  • Price: $375.00
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MtiQS is a server to receive and store stock quotes from different data feeds at the same time. Different clients (TA programs) are conectable. Features are priority control, simulation mode, spread calculation, internal database, DDE and COM interface. For usage a user Id and password are required. These will be generated before the download on After end of evaluation period of 30 days it runs as Light version with limitations.
The Multi Quote Server solution allows every user to compare the same realtime quotes, provided by two or more different data feeds. Now you can compare your strategies, systems or signals by more then one chart or TA software updated in realtime. You can minimize the risk generated from incorrect data transmission or incorrect data itself.
MtiQS is available as freeware (light version) or as payable full version. See here a comparison of both versions.
MtiQS is an local server to support TA software from different data feeds. Every software can be supported by MtiQS, only the correct interface must be implemented.
MtiQS works in real time mode and as an storage for historical quotes. Also end of day data feeds are processible. Furthermore MtiQS is able to simulate a data feed by itself, for example to test strategies.
At the moment are 19 real time data feeds and 2 end of day data feeds integratet into MtiQS. MtiQS can handle any number of data feeds and will growth up to 25 - 30 real time feeds and more then 4 end of day data feeds in the future.
More details about the functionality of MtiQS you can read in the subsection Functions.
To test the software we offer a trail period of 30 days. During the trail you have no restrictions, all functions are avialable. Here you can get MtiQs for trial.

Internal date base
MtiQS uses an internal, relational data base to store all quotes. The user has no effort or trouble to install an external data base system, these is already implemented into the software. This solution grants a high performance and secure in interaction between the MtiQS kernel and the storage system. The data base offers a very high capacity, for example it can be growth up to 32 terrabyte memory size and 2.1 mrd. tables.
Priority controlled
MtiQS can receive quotes from all data feeds simultaneusly. When quotes from different data feeds are related to the same instrument, MtiQS routes this quotes by a priority control mechanism. That means, you have a self-regulating system that can realize a continouos data supply for your TA software. The following example will show these priority control mechanism:
Instrument: Euro/US-Dollar
Data feeds: 4
Priorities: DF1 := 2; DF2 := 1; DF3 := 4; DF4 := 3;
max. down time per feed: DF1 := 60 sec.; DF2 := 60 sec.; DF3 := 30 sec.; DF4 := 30 sec.;
After you have set all priorities, the table for Euro/US-Dollar quotes get the highest priority, in our example the value "4".
Now we activate all four data feeds and quotes are coming in from all feeds. Data feed3 with the highest priority is forwarding the quotes to the data base and the output interface. All quotes from the other active data feeds will be ignored. Now we assume that data feed3 has lost the connection. The internal counter for down time growth up to the maximum limit of 30 seconds (see above). When the maximum limit is reached the priority mechanism becomes active and sets the priority value of our table for Euro/US-Dollar to the priority value of these data feed with the next lower priority. In our case it is the data feed4 (priority "3"). From now the data feed4 is forwarding the quotes to the data base and the output interface.
When the broken data feed3 is back the priority of our table for Euro/US-Dollar will be reset directly to 4 and all other data feeds stay in waiting position.
This mechanism repeats whenever a data feed goes down and comes back.
Date and time format & internationalization
Some data feeds comes with time stamp, some other without time stamp. MtiQS uses a uniform time stamp to store quotes internally. All quotes are stored in UTC time. Outgoing quotes time stamp will be recalculated to the users time zone or any other time zone the user will use. Thereby it is guaranteed that all time stamps the same, independent of the location of the MtiQS user.
Also integrated is a automatic time correction, based on a public time server from the internet. On every start of MtiQS the local PC time stamp will be compared with the time stamp from the internet. So it is possible to use MtiQS also on a PC with wrong time settings.
Simulation function
MtiQS offers a simulation function. With this function the user can send quotes from a defined instrument to the output interface directly from the data base. It is possible to send the data in intervalls from an 1/100 second up to 30 seconds. This is possible also during the regular usage with data feeds.
Data compression
Internally all quotes are stored in 1 minute intervall, that mens for every minute we have one open-, high-, low-, close- and volume value. MtiQS offers a function to compress these values for export through the output interface. The Compression level is specified in minutes and is possible from 2 to n minutes. For example a compression level of 1440 (24h *60 min.) means that all quotes will be compressed to a daily quote.
The calculation base is start of 01 January of 1970 12:00:00 AM. From that point all periods will be calculated. So it is possible to use odd values (f.e. 7 min. or 13 min.) they have a fractional result related to a complete day. Also historical quotes from the data base may exported in compressed format.
Spread function
With MtiQS you have the possibility to calculate a performance spread of two instruments. This spread will also stored in the data base and forwarded to the output interface. This is possible also during the regular usage with data feeds.
All spreads are completely flexible. You can edit, change, recalculate or delete a sprad.
Export and output interface
MtiQS comes either with a DDE, a TCP/IP or a COM interface. With that interface types it is possible to supply external software with real time and historical quotes. A export to file of historical quotes from data base is also provided, compression in zip format is supported.
The output interface can send quotes either tick by tick or on the end of the compression period. Thats very helpful when the external software needs a lot of resouces to calculate. In such cases a tick by tick mode will maybe cause some performance trouble.
A detailed description of the interface you will find under the installation directory in the "Help" folder.
Data base management und administration
To guarantee a reliable function of MtiQS the software provides you with some helpful tools. You can create backups from the data base or restore the data base from a backup. When the data base was crashed you have the possibility to proceed a repair function to rebuild the data base.
To speed up the performance of the data base you can use the function to reorganize data base tables. With it the intenal arrangement and the compression will be enhanced.

To watch the data flow inside MtiQS it comes with a build in monitoring function. So you can see from every instrument which data feed is active and how the incoming quotes are proceed.

The license of this software is Commercial,

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