In the algorithmic trading business, speed is literally money. An extra microsecond of latency between the market feed and the trading application could be worth a million dollars to a large investment bank or hedge fund.
Feature Articles from HPWS09
(09/14/2009) – When rPath CTO Erik Troan speaks during the opening session at this year’s High Performance Computing on Wall Street conference, he’ll be emphasizing something that old school HPC’ers are very familiar with: complexity. Even moderately-sized HPC clusters are a study in complexity.
(09/14/2009) – Newcomer Arista Networks has found a comfortable home for its high performance Ethernet switches on Wall Street. Company founder Andy Bechtolsheim explains why Arista’s low latency switches are an especially good fit for the lucrative algorithmic trading business.
Off the Wire from HPWS09
- Solace Breaks the Microsecond Barrier for Shared Memory Messaging – (09/14/2009)
- BLADE Takes Part in Keynote Lunch Panel at HPC on Wall Street – (09/14/2009)
- Exludus Technologies to Exhibit at HPC on Wall Street – (09/11/2009)
- Hanweck Associates Founder to Speak at HPC on Wall Street – (09/11/2009)
- Solace CEO Craig Betts to Deliver Joint Keynote at HPC on Wall Street Conference – (09/09/2009)
- rPath to Present Keynote at HPC on Wall Street – (09/09/2009)