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The wave of LIBOR-inspired compliance requirements has particular implications for capital market participants. Proactive management of a firm’s risk and compliance environments is desperately needed to stay ahead of this wave.
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Take a look at our video highlights to get an idea of what the London Low-Latency Summit is really all about!

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Trading firms continue to seek faster execution and lower latencies for their high frequency and algorithmic trading strategies. Beating the competition to trade in today's fragmented marketplace is crucial to avoid price slippage and to maximise alpha. But the competition isn't staying still, and constant infrastructure investment is required in order to stay ahead.

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This webinar focuses on synchronizing ultra precise time (i.e. sub microsecond) across distributed (Linux) applications deployed in high frequency and algorithmic trading. The challenges are twofold: First, how to very precisely synchronize the time between computers in a trading system. The second, is how that time can be precisely synchronized with other computers around the planet.

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A short video on how Hudson Fiber Network is working with Vello Systems to reduce latency.

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Lord, TS-Associates is doing some marketing!  And while this video is indeed that, it is also educational.  So it seemed a good thing to post on a Friday.

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The webinar "Trading Beyond the Horizon" was presented on June 30, 2010. For a description of the event including a downloadable version of the PowerPoint slides, please visit this page.

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The webinar "Building Low Latency Trading Systems in Low Latency Time" was presented on Nov. 9, 2010. For a description of the event including a downloadable version of the PowerPoint slides, please visit this page.

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TS-Associates’ Henry Young discusses "precision instrumentation" of low-latency systems with A-Team’s Pete Harris. "You can’t manage what you can’t measure," is the bottom line. Henry also provides and update on how the FIX Protocol Organization is involved in inter-party latency measurement, and why standards are needed in this area.