Quotron Sets Network Upgrade: Industry-Standard Hardware To Replace Quotron Computers


Quotron Systems, Inc. is planning a sweeping overhaul of its network. The centerpiece of the project, sources say, is the replacement of the company's proprietary Q1000 and Q800 network processors with non-proprietary computers.

In a meeting several weeks ago, major hardware vendors were privately briefed on Quotron's plans in preparation for issuance of an RFP. The company has made no formal announcement, and president David Hann declined to be interviewed for this article. Quotron's network

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