A summary of some of the past week’s technology news
A look at the some of the week's key people moves, including Steve Wilcockson (pictured), who joins Azul Systems.
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…
While the technology has promise, it’s not a silver bullet for underlying data issues, vendor says.
The data and trading technology management veteran returns to the firm where he spent 11 years earlier in his career.
Increasingly interconnected finanical markets present a range of challenges for trading firms looking to leverage their experience and technologies across regions and asset classes.
Integrating Vela's feed handlers will allow Lime to offer its clients access to higher-performance and international data for building and testing trading strategies.
The firm is in the middle of a series of investments in reducing the latency of its trading and data servers.
Cocktails are an art. So is market data.And those who perform their task exceptionally deserve recognition.
Backed by former Lime Brokerage CEO
Expanded deal adds global exchange data content to Lime's Strategy Studio.
At a panel hosted by SunGard and moderated by The Economist, Wells Fargo's Steve Ellis encouraged firms to look at compliance with a glass-half-full perspective.
Wedbush's Lime business deploys NoveSparks FPGA technology to deliver low- and deterministic-latency data to meet client demand and expand client base.
Hosted, on-demand data analytics now available for US markets.
Fidessa's new head of business development in the US spent his first 13 years in the industry there.
Selerity's data to be integrated into trading software.
Vendor, broker make it easier for clients to develop, test and roll out new trading strategies.