Metamako Cements Firewall for Low-Latency Data Filtering, Logging

MetaProtect Firewall targets customers seeking a layer of security that also meets ultra-low-latency and high-port-density needs.


Metamako founder and CTO Dave Snowdon says the vendor is seeing demand from exchanges, banks, trading firms and customers outside the financial industry that need a security layer between themselves and the exchange, or different security layers between their clients.

“They don’t need the heavyweight firewalls. They need something simple that can satisfy their low latency and deterministic requirements,” he says, adding that in fact, many customers don’t use the features provided by heavyweight

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