Java Pioneer will discuss alternative technologies driving low-latency trading applications
March 20, 2012
SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 20, 2012 – Azul Systems, Inc., the award-winning leader in Java runtime scalability, announced today that Azul Systems CTO and Co-Founder Gil Tene will be part of a Trading Track panel covering low latency at the North American Trading Architecture Summit (NATAS) in New York City on April 17, 2012.
Key topics for the panel, moderated by Scott Sullivan, Senior Analyst, Securities and Investments at Celent, include:
- Hardware vs. software vs. hybrids: as firms allocate more resources to their low latency needs, which option offers the best value and why?
- Optimizing low-latency trading architectures for supportability and usability
- To what extent is latency becoming a regulation and compliance issue in asset classes such as OTC derivatives and FX?
- What’s next for the arms race?
The following trading technologists will join Gil on the panel:
- Yuri Salkinder, Director, Credit Suisse
- Kevin P. Adams, Senior Vice President, Investment & Wealth Management Technology, Franklin Templeton Investments
- Fergal Toomey, Chief Scientist, Corvil
WHO: Gil Tene, CTO and co-founder, Azul Systems
WHAT: Low-latency panel
WHEN: Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 11:20 – 12:05 ET
WHERE: NATAS 2012, NYC Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway New York, NY 10036
Mr. Tene, who was recently elected to the Java Community Process Executive Committee, will also join additional Azul executives at the company’s NATAS booth. Attendees may also schedule a briefing on Zing 5, Azul’s JVM optimized for Linux.
For additional information about this and other Azul events, please visithttp://www.azulsystems.com/content/events. For details on the North American Trading Architecture Summit, please visit http://events.waterstechnology.com/natas/static/home. Gil Tene’s biography is located here: http://www.azulsystems.com/about_us/leadership.