The Trading Room Enters the Linux Age


1. Not too many years ago, IT executives and managers serving the trading room scoffed at the thought of Linux. At best, they thought Linux was fit only for Web, file and print servers. Critics charged that it was an untested and insecure operating system that could never stand up to the rigors of securities trading environments. As 2002 has shown, the situation is changing dramatically, and that has made Linux’s march to the trading room the TTW Story of the Year.

During the past year, Linux’s

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