Though grid computing has become a permanent fixture in financial institutions' technology infrastructures, grids are not yet suited for running low-latency data applications, according to a panel of experts at last week's City Grid event in London.
Grid computing allows financial institutions to capitalize on underused processing resources and build in more resilience, for example for complex risk calculations that require a lot of time and computing resources. Although the technology has ev
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