Financial firms with a data or technology ‘vendor’ arm developed in house are finding that separation can benefit both business lines. Max Bowie speaks to companies that have spun out from other organizations about the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects…
The new appliances leverage an in-house-developed network interface card that enables the vendor to boost data processing and distribution.
Technology such as AI and machine learning can help compliance officers catch fraud, but more transparency, education and stronger data is needed, experts say.
Legacy infrastructure need not be a stumbling block to innovation if steps are taken to leverage dormant computing power.
In this webinar sponsored by MarkLogic and Intel, industry experts discuss addressing data management head-on to create a GRC strategy and build a better business
Code modernization is seen as a way to seize on advances in computing power to handle larger amounts of data on legacy systems.
The former Intel and Altera exec will head the center, which will ultimately house 1,500 engineers.
Waters examines how natural language processing and natural language generation tools are being used on Wall Street
Houssein has 20 years' experience in the semiconductor and data networking hardware and software industry.
Co-developed study helps optimize running time, speed.
Panel says it's not just how fast you are, but what you can analyze that fast that counts
Analytics technologies are evolving with the trading landscape
June 2014 Sponsored by Intel
Fort Lee, NJ-based in-memory database provider Altibase has developed a joint solution with Intel that offers greater speed and storage for Big Data analysis by creating a bridge between Altibase's HybridDB database and Intel's Distribution for Apache…
Two themes emerged when C-level technologists on a panel at the Waters USA conference revealed what skills they will be looking for in jobseekers in 2014. The first was a shift from preferring specialist programmers and developers to those with a broader…
We are witnessing a true revolution in how financial services firms do their work. More than two decades after the arrival of PCs, the internet, and electronic trading tools, financial services professionals are looking to be truly mobile.
September 2013 - sponsored by: Cloudera, Intel, MarkLogic
We have truly entered the Age of Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD. And as with every new era fuelled by innovation, the new challenges are screaming for attention. With this in mind, WatersTechnology conducted a survey of its readers inside institutional…
Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on June 19, 2013 to discuss the strategies leading and the challenges facing the financial markets of tablet and mobile device implementation across the enterprise.
Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on April 25, 2013 to discuss the operational and technology challenges facing firms in light of widespread adoption of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives.
London-based Gresham Computing claims that its financial transaction control system can complete 500,000 transactions per second.
Banks’ legacy systems are struggling to cope with the ever-increasing volumes and speed of data. Steve Dew-Jones highlights some of the major considerations for the financial services industry if it is to catch up with other sectors.