ETAS 2015 Panelists Cite Memory, Coding and CEP Trends

As legislation bites what opportunities emerge?

As legislation bites, what opportunities emerge?

On the sell side, technical opportunities for competitive advantage are beginning to emerge as traditional front-runners stumble and others fall further behind.

That was evident last week at ETAS, when in a short space of time, a three-man panel moved from hardware to code to software, before finishing back at how the landscape might change over the years to come.

Clever Memory

For Vijay Singh Rathore, VP, global client technical services at Azul Systems, the manipulation of hardware memory

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