BEA To Consolidate Data Services On 30-Position LAN Using A-T Financial's Opening Bell


BEA Associates, a New York-based investment advisor, is migrating its market data services onto a local area network that it built in 1986.

BEA is using A-T Financial Information Inc.'s Opening Bell to distribute data feeds to 30 managers, traders and analysts in three areas--domestic equi-
ties, international equities and fixed-income. "They have the best Windows-based package for delivering information," says Mark Aaron, network manager
at BEA, which has more than $16 billion under management.


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