Schaumburg, Ill.-based database analytics appliance vendor XtremeData is targeting a broader base of end-users for its TickLab tick history recorder, to appeal to firms that want to use the tool internally, rather than to create services for their clients.
XtremeData developed TickLab in August as an add-on to its dbX hardware-accelerated database analytics appliance in partnership with data architecture and integration consultancy Noetic Partners and low-latency data vendor Activ Financial, and
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