Paremus Adds Clients with Low-Latency Messaging

Driving the adoption within each organization is the desire for low-latency risk calculation, pricing and exploiting the modular service architecture that is defined by the open Java-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) OSGi standard, explains Richard Nicholson, founder and CEO of Paremus.

The implementations will also be the first to use the messaging platform from middleware vendor Real-Time Innovations (RTI), which is based on Object Management Group's (OMG's) Data Distribution Service

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