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The Race to the Cloud (And More on Name Changes, Reg Reporting, & Covid Data)

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July 12, 2020 1:19 pm  WatersTechnololgy

HPR Throws its Hat into the Market Data Arena. Before we talk market data, first, some back story. Launched in 2011, HPR was once known as Hyannis Port Research. As someone who used to spend a week camping in Cape Cod every summer, I know Hyannis, Massachusetts, and its lovely [...]

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HPR Preps Market Data Entry with Databot

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July 9, 2020 1:31 pm  WatersTechnology

This fall, Needham, Mass.-based HPR (formerly known as Hyannis Port Research) will roll out a new appliance for market data distribution, Databot, delivered initially as part of its part of its Omnibot switch, for latency-sensitive trading firms to manage their market data flows.

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HPR: Touching Trades at Warp Speed

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July 7, 2020 2:42 pm  WatersTechnology

HPR, initially known as Hyannis Port Research, won the best infrastructure provider to the sell side category at this year’s Sell-Side Technology Awards. Victor Anderson speaks to HPR’s co-founder and CEO, Anthony Amicangioli, about the organization’s capital markets focus, how it differentiates itself by way of its various offerings, and [...]

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HPR Wins Sell Side Technology Award

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June 26, 2020 2:43 pm  WatersTechnology

HPR was awarded “Best Infrastructure Provider to the Sell Side” in the 2020 WatersTechnology Sell Side Technology Awards.

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These companies have pledged not to lay off employees

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May 8, 2020 5:23 pm  American Inno

Anthony Amicangioli, founder and CEO of Hyannis Port Research (HPR), was born into a crucible. Amicangioli’s first startup experience happened just about two decades ago, at the turn of the century. He was the founder of Zetari, a startup that specialized in building equipment cloud computing before cloud computing was [...]

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AFTAs 2019: Best New Technology Introduced Over the Last 12 Months, Infrastructure—HPR

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January 20, 2020 3:29 pm  WatersTechnology

HPR, which was founded as Hyannis Port Research, takes home the award thanks to its Riskbot platform. The solution performs 80-plus risk checks in 360 nanoseconds, and the company sees more than 10% of the US equity market volume flow through the platform as well as 15% of Australia’s. But [...]

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Headquarted in Needham: Success comes with ‘wave’ of hiring challenges

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January 8, 2020 4:39 pm  Wicked Local Needham

A survey of over 200 companies in Needham and Newton found respondents citing road congestion, inadequate public transportation, and hiring and retaining workers as the greatest obstacles to their success heading into the new decade. The lights are out at the former headquarters of PTC in Needham. There are no [...]

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2020 Outlook: Anthony Amicangioli, HPR

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January 6, 2020 2:50 pm  Markets Media

Anthony Amicangioli is Founder and CEO of Hyannis Port Research. What was the highlight of 2019? Last November HPR launched Omnibot, the industry’s first networking device that integrates direct market access, risk management, data delivery and latency capture functionality into a single multi-application switch. This is a key step into advanced [...]

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HPR Wins “Best New Infrastructure Technology” at WatersTechnology’s 2019 American Financial Technology Awards (AFTAs)

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December 4, 2019 1:40 pm  PR Newswire

HPR (Hyannis Port Research), the leading provider of advanced capital markets infrastructure (CMI) technologies, today announced that its Omnibot® multi-function network switch has been named “Best New Infrastructure Technology Introduced over the last 12 Months” in the WatersTechnology American Financial Technology Awards (AFTAs). Selected by the editors of influential capital markets monthly Waters Magazine, the AFTAs recognize [...]

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Capital Markets CIO Outlook: HPR’s Emerging Cloud-Enabled Capital Markets Infrastructure

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December 2, 2019 1:46 pm  Capital Markets CIO Outlook

At 2:32 p.m. on May 6, 2010, the U.S. Equity market began a sell-off that lasted 36 minutes and saw the Dow plunge over 1,000 points, or 10 percent of its total value. The event—which a report later described as “one of the most turbulent periods in the history of [...]

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