DataSynapse launches LiveCluster successor

Architecture and Infrastructure

NEW YORK – DataSynapse, a New York-based enterprise software developer, has rolled out GridServer 3.2, the latest version of its grid-computing infrastructure software product. Previously marketed as LiveCluster, it has been in production for six months and has three clients, although the firm expects six to eight buy-side firms to sign on by the end of summer.

The system now hosts web services and applications over distributed-grid environments, enabling it to fulfill multiple requests

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