Simple Solutions to Complex Problems

Delivering low-latency, high-performance Java software for the financial services industry

Low Latency Technology for Guaranteed Performance

Create applications that meet microsecond throughput performance demands of more than 100,000 messages per second. No performance restrictions, design, manage and monitor your systems with confidence.

Financial services experience and unrivalled expertise

Led by Peter Lawrey, the design authority and technical architect behind the Chronicle Software stack we have centuries worth of experience of building leading edge, highly sophisticated technology solutions.

Open-Source Stack + Enterprise Grade Services

Chronicle's Open Source stack has more than 1 million downloads and is trusted by multinational organisations to deliver their most critical applications.

Our enterprise-grade services can be leveraged to build solutions that match your business requirements specifically.

The market-leading trading solutions for the world's most demand firms:

Tier 1 Canadian Investment Bank

Chronicle delivered an FX trading system, developed from scratch in under six months in conjunction with the in-house Algo trading team. Capable of processing more than 50,000 messages per second the platform underpins their FX business.

Tier 1 United States Investment Bank

With under 35 microseconds of latency the Chronicle team scoped and developed a Direct Market Access (DMA) solution based on Chronicle FIX.

Low-Latency Java Stack

 

Chronicle is a simple easy-to-use Java library, which acts like java.util Map & Queue. But, unlike Map and Queue, these collections are shared between your processes, so a value written to one process is immediately available on the other. Programming Chronicle is just as easy as programming with the standard java libraries.

Be Part of the Chronicle Community

With over 1 million download Chronicle is a global community of Java experts. Join our other communities around the web

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Access the
Chronicle Stack

We're proud to be an open source company and serve global enterprises.

Libraries

Access Chronicle's Open Source tools and put it to work in your own systems.

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Products

Learn about Chronicle's low latency software and services. 

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Trading Solutions

Chronicle solutions designed specifically for financial services organisations.

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Process Millions of Operations Per Second

Chronicle's Software Stack lifts the performance restrictions, on how you design, manage, and monitor your systems. We strive to offer the best performance possible, and focus on microsecond latencies on a single thread. We offer both Open Source and Enterprise features to support your requirements. 

Open Source Features

  • Off-heap Data Structures (Map, Set, Queue)

  • Distributed Data Structures (Map, Set, Queue)

  • WAN Replication (Map, Set, Queue)

  • Distributed Transactions

  • Enhanced Latency Controls

  • Secure Connections

  • WAN Data distribution Optimisation

  • Replication Over Compressed Connections

  • Bandwidth Usage Controls

  • Enhanced Clustering Support

  • Management and Monitoring GUI

Enterprise Features

  • Off-heap Data Structures (Map, Set, Queue)

  • Distributed Data Structures (Map, Set, Queue)

  • WAN Replication (Map, Set, Queue)

  • Distributed Transactions

  • Enhanced Latency Controls

  • Secure Connections

  • WAN Data distribution Optimisation

  • Replication Over Compressed Connections

  • Bandwidth Usage Controls

  • Enhanced Clustering Support

  • Management and Monitoring GUI

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