Officials say the acquisition—Metamako’s first since its launch in 2013—will see it focus on devices and core applications for a range of uses or as part of more complex solutions, while xCelor will focus on its applications business, which offer feed handling and bandwidth management solutions.
The deal will also see xCelor leverage Metamako’s platforms—including those components acquired from xCelor—to run its trading applications in the future. “With Metamako providing a stable and flexible
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