Ultra-High performance messaging.


U1 Technologies provides the communications infrastructure for trading platforms used by some of the world's top multi-national investment banks. U1's software is designed to tackle the most critical aspects of messaging for real-time trading applications – addressing the competing requirements of ultra high-performance and fault tolerance. U1's software is used at the core of large-scale stock trading applications to trade derivatives, bonds, foreign exchange, futures, options and swaps in real-time trading to global markets.


U1's AmbrosiaMQ messaging platform was designed with these core requirements

  • Ultra-High Performance
  • Security
  • Reliability
  • Simplicity
  • Extensibility

U1's Distributed Entitlement Enforcement Point DEEP Module provides​

  • Central administration
  • Fine grain access control
  • Distributed decision and enforcement
  • A flexible rules engine for making policy decisions

These applications require ultra-high on-the-wire performance. We provide a proprietary API that delivers extremely low-latency, high-performance, and secure data transfer over both public and private networks.


Data Sheets
AmbrosiaMQ - Feature Overview.pdf

Developer Guides
AmbrosiaMQ - JMS-QuickStart Guide.pdf
AmbrosiaMQ - Administrator's Guide.pdf
AmbrosiaMQ - Concepts and Capabilities.pdf
AmbrosiaMQ - Multi-Broker Configuration.pdf
AmbrosiaMQ - Multi-Collective.pdf


MuleSource Echo Example
MuleSource Documentation.pdf

By downloading AmbrosiaMQ you agree to the following License conditions: License is granted to use this copy of AmbrosiaMQ for evaluation purposes only. Production use of this software is prohibited. This evaluation version of the software may not be distributed. Copyright © 2018 U1 Technologies All Rights Reserved.


U1 Technologies was founded in San Francisco in 1998 by technical experts in the areas of cybersecurity, enterprise messaging, and distributed applications development. U1 Technologies is privately held and has been profitable since 1999.