Panel: Capacity Planning Beyond Data Volumes

The capacity panel at the North American Financial Information Summit

While firms must still keep up with growing market data volumes when planning for capacity, the need to account for the processing of other types of data, such as counterparty data and risk analytics, is also a concern, according to panelists at last week’s North American Financial Information Summit.

With rising data volumes from multiple sources requiring multiple Gigabits’ worth of bandwidth for data connectivity, firms face the challenge of ensuring they have sufficient capacity, computing

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