NEW YORK --Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette has contracted for 1,300 to 1,400 Bridge Information Systems Bridgestation 6.11 equities data terminals. DLJ is the second major firm to sign up for Bridgestation 6.11 in the past month.
DLJ plans to install the Bridgestations primarily in its New York offices, during the first half of 1998. They will replace Reuters Quotron 4.1s, which are currently used by DLJ's investment banking and investment services areas.
The deal follows a recent one with BT Alex
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