ZDNET UK: Linux cluster cuts cost for commodity broker [Allegiance Global Investments]Sep 17, 1999, 19:28 (1 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to John Hayward-Warburton for this link. ]
"A commodities broker that migrated from a Windows NT platform to a Linux cluster has seen a five or sixfold boost in performance when running its derivatives market forecasting application."
"The site is an example of how firms are beginning to implement the Linux open source operating system on large projects."
"Guildford-based Allegiance Global Investments (AGI) created a proprietary application for forecasting the movement of highly volatile derivatives markets called DNX Trading Technology."