Orc Eyes 'Fourth-Generation' FIX Engine

"The fourth generation is about getting another level of performance from your FIX engine," says John Cameron, CTO for Orc. "There's a great demand on performance and latency is still going up," says Cameron, estimating that the next-generation will have between a five- and 10-fold throughput improvement.

The new version of the vendor's FIX protocol engine, CameronFIX 6.3.1, is designed to better work with the FIX Adapted for Streaming (FAST) protocol technology, say vendor officials.

Orc IT staff

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