Cameron Systems upgrades FIX engine
09 April 2003 | 3308 views | 0
Cameron Systems has released a new version of its flagship FIX engine which includes FIX-FIX routing, improved support for high availability over LAN and WAN and connection scheduling.
FIX-FIX routing allows traffic from one FIX session to be routed to another. The latest realease, CameronFIX version 6.1, also includes more FIX dialects, allowing the system to link with non-standard FIX engines. In addition, routing rules message normalisation, validation and manipulation, can be easily dropped into the engine.
Cameron Systems says the upgrade doubles performance in terms of messages per second.
John Cameron, CTO, Cameron Systems, says: "CameronFIX 6.1 has been in beta testing for over four months at eight sites, and is already running in production at major sites."
The system contains a range of technology adapters, such as JMS, Tibco Rendevous, Talarian Smart Sockets, IBM MQ Series, .NET and Sockets to allow the CameronFIX universal server to provide FIX connectivity with little integration.
The vendor has also signed a consultancy agreement with German IT solutions provider PSH Consulting, and a reseller and support partnership with Infocast in Hong Kong.
Australia-based Cameron Systems opened an office in London last month.