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Founded Year

1999

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$26.35M

About Unx

Unx offers electronic trading software for institutional investors. UNX's Catalyst execution management system, provides an open, scalable broker-neutral EMS and electronic trading platform that streamlines trader workflow with seamless access to its companion Marketplace that hosts diversified products and services from 3rd-party vendors, information providers, exchanges, ATSs, and broker-dealers.In May 2012, UNX was acquired by Mantara. The valuation of UNX was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

Headquarters Location

175 East Olive Avenue Second Floor

Burbank, California, 91502,

United States

800-210-1994

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Latest Unx News

Spain, Germany battle wildfires

Jun 20, 2022

byJOSEPH WILSON The Associated Press|Today at 4:48 a.m. A firefighter works in the San Martin de Unx area in northern Spain, Sunday, June 19, 2022. Firefighters in Spain are struggling to contain wildfires in several parts of the country which as been suffering an unusual heat wave for this time of the year. (AP Photo/Miguel Oses) BARCELONA, Spain -- Firefighters in Spain and Germany struggled to contain wildfires on Sunday amid an unusual heat wave in Western Europe for this time of year. The worst damage in Spain has been in the northwest province of Zamora where over 61,000 acres have been consumed, regional authorities said, while German officials said that residents of three villages near Berlin were ordered to leave their homes because of an approaching wildfire Sunday. Spanish authorities said that after three days of high temperatures, high winds and low humidity, some respite came with dropping temperatures Sunday morning. That allowed for about 650 firefighters supported by water-dumping aircraft to establish a perimeter around the fire that started in Zamora's Sierra de la Culebra. Authorities warned there was still danger that an unfavorable shift in weather could revive the blaze that caused the evacuation of 18 villages. Spain has been on alert for an outbreak of intense wildfires as the country swelters under record temperatures at many points in the country for June. Experts link the abnormally hot period for Europe to climate change. Thermometers have risen above 104 degrees F in many Spanish cities throughout the week -- temperatures usually expected in August. A lack of rainfall this year combined with gusting winds have produced the conditions for the fires. Authorities said that gusting winds of up 43 mph that changed course erratically made it very tough for crews. "The fire was able to cross a reservoir some 500 meters wide and reach the other side, to give you an idea of the difficulties we faced," Juan Suarez-Quinones, an official for the Castilla y Leon region, told Spanish state television TVE. The fire in Zamora was started by a strike from an electrical storm on Wednesday, authorities said. The spreading fire caused the high-speed train service from Madrid to Spain's northwest to be cut Saturday. It was reestablished Sunday morning. Military firefighting units have been deployed in Zamora, Navarra and Lleida. There have been no reports of lives lost, but the flames reached the outskirts of some villages both in Zamora and in Navarra. Videos shot by passengers in cars showed flames licking the sides of roads. In other villages, residents looked on in despair as black plumes rose from nearby hills. In central-north Navarra, authorities have evacuated some 15 small villages as a precaution, as the high temperatures in the area are not expected to drop until Wednesday. They also asked farmers to stop using heavy machinery that could unintentionally spark a fire. "The situation remains delicate. We have various active fires due to the extremely high temperatures and high winds," Navarra regional vice president Javier Remirez told TVE. Remirez said some villages had seen some buildings damaged on their outskirts. Some wild animals had to be evacuated from an animal park in Navarra and taken to a bull ring for safe keeping, authorities said. Wildfires were also active in three parts of northeast Catalonia: in Lleida, in Tarragona and in a nature park in Garaf, just south of Barcelona. Firefighters said that 6,600 acres were scorched in Lleida. They added that they have responded to over 200 different wildfires just in Catalonia over the past week. Germany has also seen numerous wildfires in recent days following a period of intense heat and little rain. The country's national weather agency said the mercury reached 102.6 F in the eastern cities of Dresden and Cottbus on Sunday. Strong winds have been fanning a blaze near the town of Treuenbrietzen, about 31 miles southwest of Berlin, prompting officials to order three villages evacuated Sunday. About 600 people in Frohnsdorf, Tiefenbrunnen and Klausdorf were told to immediately seek shelter at a community center. "This is not a drill," town officials tweeted. Information for this article was contributed by Frank Jordans of The Associated Press. Firefighters eat watermelon during a break in San Martin de Unx in northern Spain, Sunday, June 19, 2022. Firefighters in Spain are struggling to contain wildfires in several parts of the country which as been suffering an unusual heat wave for this time of the year. (AP Photo/Miguel Oses)        Trees burn as flames and smoke engulf the top of a hill in a forest fire in Artazu, northern Spain in the early hours of Sunday, June 19, 2022. Firefighters in Spain are struggling to contain wildfires in several parts of the country suffering an unusual heat wave for this time of the year. (AP Photo/Miguel Oses)        Bathers cool off at and in the Isar River, which flows through the middle of the Bavarian capital of Munich, Germany, Sunday, June 19, 2022. (Peter Kneffel/dpa via AP)        A woman walks past a fountain on a hot summer day in Berlin, Germany, Sunday, June 19, 2022. People flocked to parks and pools across Western Europe on Saturday for a bit of respite from an early heat wave. In Germany, where highs of 38 C (100.4 F) were expected, the health minister urged vulnerable groups to stay hydrated. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)        A police water cannon is in action in a forest fire in Treuenbrietzen, Germany, Sunday, June 19, 2022. The area affected by the forest fire in Treuenbrietzen near Berlin has expanded in the night to Sunday. (Thomas Schulz/dpa via AP)        A neighbour helps firefighters in San Martin de Unx in northern Spain, Sunday, June 19, 2022. Firefighters in Spain are struggling to contain wildfires in several parts of the country which as been suffering an unusual heat wave for this time of the year. (AP Photo/Miguel Oses)        A firefighter works in front of flames during a wildfire in the Sierra de la Culebra in the Zamora Provence on Saturday June 18, 2022. Thousands of hectares of wooded hill land in northwestern Spain have been burnt by a wildfire that forced the evacuation of hundreds of people from nearby villages. Officials said the blaze in the Sierra de Culebra mountain range started Wednesday during a dry electric storm. (Emilio Fraile/Europa Press via AP)        Smoke rises from the hills in Ujue, northern Spain, Sunday, June 19, 2022. Firefighters in Spain are struggling to contain wildfires in several parts of the country which as been suffering an unusual heat wave for this time of the year. (AP Photo/Miguel Oses)        Firefighters work in front of flames during a wildfire in the Sierra de la Culebra in the Zamora Provence on Saturday June 18, 2022. Thousands of hectares of wooded hill land in northwestern Spain have been burnt by a wildfire that forced the evacuation of hundreds of people from nearby villages. Officials said the blaze in the Sierra de Culebra mountain range started Wednesday during a dry electric storm. (Emilio Fraile/Europa Press via AP)

Unx Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Unx founded?

    Unx was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Unx's headquarters?

    Unx's headquarters is located at 175 East Olive Avenue, Burbank.

  • What is Unx's latest funding round?

    Unx's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Unx raise?

    Unx raised a total of $26.35M.

  • Who are the investors of Unx?

    Investors of Unx include Mantara, Goldman Sachs, Vernon & Park Capital, UBS, Blue Chip Venture Company and 6 more.

  • Who are Unx's competitors?

    Competitors of Unx include TradingScreen and 1 more.

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