Nomura Eyes Data Tech Latency Gains

At an event hosted by Intel in London last week, Ken Robson, chief architect of Nomura's algorithmic trading group, said the bank is considering the benefits of consolidating more of its trading and market data technologies onto fewer servers, to minimize latency introduced by network hops in its trading infrastructure.

"We have different strategies and different elements of strategies spread across a number of hosts and all connected with networks. There is a certain amount of latency endemic

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