Single Pipe Theory Gains Credence In Data Delivery


NEW YORK--Could you picture having to put in an additional cable-television or satellite box every time you want to view a new channel? Or how about having to maintain several different TV monitors to view different channels?

It sounds ridiculous, but that's the current state of play in the market data business. Every time you want to add a new service, you have to bring in new cables and hardware, and program new interfaces to receive the data. Some information providers still demand that you

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