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Bridge moves workstations to Web

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Bridge Information Systems and sister company Telerate have released their workstation products for financial news and analysis over the Web.

Financial firms with high-speed Internet access over DSL, cable modems or T1 lines will now be able to access Bridge and Telerate real-time market data and analytics over the Internet without requiring the installation of additional hardware. Users should be able to get the service up and running in as little as 24 hours, says the vendor.

BridgeStation is available in the Advanced Equities (A), Equities, (E), Basic Equities (B) and Commodities (C) packages. The Telerate offering includes Telerate Plus, Telerate Plus Institutional, and Telerate North America, as well as Telerate Energy, which is sold exclusively through FutureSource/Bridge.

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