Trading Technologies Goes Big with TT Desktop

TT CEO Rick Lane talks with Waters about the vendor’s new desktop offering, which can accommodate 18 monitors, if not more.

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A photo of TT Desktop at work.

Prior to this release, the TT platform was only available through a single browser window. While this was suitable for most of the company’s user base, more sophisticated traders found this setup to be cumbersome.

TT Desktop allows for at least 18 monitors, and can be extended to include more if necessary, Rick Lane, TT’s CEO, tells WatersTechnology. TT Desktop—which was created in partnership with OpenFin using HTML5 technology—does not require a browser and because it leverages OpenFin’s

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