PI Develops Shared Access To Data, Other Applications Running On UNIX Servers


Wall Street has adopted UNIX as its operating system platform to run high-powered trading analytics. But while buy-side institutions have sought to match their sell-side counterparts in terms of technology, many small firms continue to rely on less-expensive DOS-based microprocessors to run such applications as market data display and spreadsheets--despite the falling cost of UNIX workstations.

PI Systems Ltd. is developing a system that could provide an answer to these firms' problem. PI has

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