Corensic Releases Jinx 1.6 for High-Performance Data Processing

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Prashant Sridharan, marketing director, Corensic

Seattle, Wash.-based software quality tools provider Corensic has issued an updated version of its Jinx debugger for multi-core applications that consume high-performance market data to help financial services firms such as high-frequency traders identify concurrency errors in their software.

Concurrency errors occur in systems that execute several computations simultaneously, such as multi-threaded and multi-core processor technologies, which financial services firms use to handle larger volume

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