Infocast, a Hong Kong-based financial newswire, expects to migrate its market information services to J2EE by the start of 2004, a senior figure tells Inside Market Data. The project is in the prototype stage.
Infocast currently uses C++ as the major programming language for its information services. "With J2EE we want to make it a lot more flexible. When people want to make a change in the system, it will be a lot easier than it is now,’’ says Rico Chan, Infocast’s deputy chief executive off
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