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Tbricks supports Linux

28 January 2014  |  1317 views  |  0 Source: Tbricks

Tbricks today announced that its innovative trading system will be available on the Linux platform as of May 2014.

Tbricks' trading technology offers customers superior performance and the power to quickly adapt to changing market conditions through its app-based architecture. The decision to support Linux amplifies these competitive advantages while addressing the requirements of customers to consolidate operating environments.

Tbricks will be fully supported on the Linux platform, including all key features such as the Speedcore acceleration technology.

"Since starting Tbricks in 2006, we've closely monitored the evolution of operating systems. Linux has truly come of age and is excellent at adopting and supporting technologies relevant to the financial industry. We can envision some fantastic new products and serious product improvements that can be realized now through the support of the Linux platform" says Tbricks CTO Joakim Johansson. 

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