MIAMI--Kx Systems has launched its kdb/tick database, which can receive and store any type of historical and real-time financial market data, unlike Kx’s ktdb database, which only covers equities (IMD, Sept. 10). Users can analyze large volumes of data quickly and perform time-series queries.
"Using kdb/tick, the customer can now define their own relational schema. Before, our software was hard-coded for US equities," says Arthur Whitney, Kx Systems’ chief technology officer and co-founder.
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