Seminar Highlights Java’s Use Extending Legacy Data


NEW YORK--Random Walk Computing, in conjunction with partners IBM and Sun Microsystems, gave a seminar last week on the use of Java technologies to extend legacy systems and leverage existing IT investment.

Jim Lowe, co-founder and COO of Random Walk, discussed the use of Java architectures to extend and transform legacy systems. He cited Random Walk’s solution for Onebond, the PaineWebber-incubated fixed-income ECN aggregator (Institutional Trading Technology, July 10), and its work with

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