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Low Latency Blogs

Pete Harris

Stanley Young has left Bloomberg, where he was CEO of the company's Enterprise Products and Solutions division. He was with Bloomberg almost a year, having joined in June 2012.

A report recently published by BNY Mellon - it's available to anyone who request it from them - takes a look at big data, its definition and its potential, and "sketches its transformational influence on the 21st century global financial system, mainly from an asset management perspective."

Pete Harris

Just a quick post to point back to the recent outing of our Low-Latency Summits, held in New York City on May 1. And also a point forward to our next Summits in the Fall.

Toby Babb

Three very interesting features have emerged in fintech recruitment in the first trimester of 2013. The on off nature of FPGA development has led to cluster hiring in the space, big data has taken strides forward and there has been a noticeable improvement in diversity as companies take steps to add more women to their teams.

Pete Harris

Judging by the views of a number of wireless network equipment manufacturers and service providers participating in last week's Low-Latency Summit in New York City, demand from trading firms for low-latency wireless connectivity is strong despite the challenges of reliability, limited bandwidth and cost.

Sarah Underwood

AlgoFast’s first partnership with another independent software vendor, trade routing, market data and technical analysis specialist CQG, takes the company a step closer to its ultimate goal of providing its algorithmic event trading software to the online retail market.

Sarah Underwood

BT’s decision to deploy a range of BT Radianz services at Interxion’s Brick Lane, City of London data centre marks the company’s second move into a carrier neutral collocation data centre in London following a deal to run services out of Equinix data centres, including a London location, in April last year. The company says its decision was influenced by client demand and Interxion’s emergence as a place where the market has pooled. It is also considering a move into other data centres in London.

Following up on its unveiling in June of last year, San Francisco-based MemSQL has released a distributed version of its eponymous in-memory database, aimed at introducing big data scalability to the low latency performance provided by the initial release.