COLORADO - The central data model concept could be dying, as large firms start applying non-traditional technology, officials tell Inside Reference Data.
Colorado-based Aite analyst Adam Honore, who has researched data model trends, says firms are starting to leverage different components of high-performance trading infrastructure technology in data model initiatives. "The centralized data management model is dying because of technology," he says.
Honore feels the central model might not be the be
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