SpryWare, the software developer of ultra low latency market data technology, has announced the second generation release of its flagship product, the Market Information Server (MIS).
With this new release, The MIS has been further tuned for high performance and ultra low latency while running on Microsoft Windows 2003 Server. These performance tunings, along with the completion of a fully FAST 1.1 compliant messaging layer, has given the SpryWare MIS an unmatchable message per second / per CPU core benchmark. For the financial services customer, this means a much smaller hardware footprint than seen with other market data applications.
"We continue to squeeze performance out of off the shelf, commodity server hardware and the Windows Server 2003 operating system, while others are simply throwing more hardware at legacy software and technology. We still can process and database all North American Equities, ECN Order Books, Equity Options (OPRA), Futures, and Future Options on a single 2 socket server," said Daniel May, Director and co-founder of SpryWare.
Built from the ground up to be multi-core and multi-processor optimized, SpryWare has delivered an ultra fast "ticker plant in a box" solution, without relying on costly proprietary hardware devices. For the clients this means a lower initial investment and a lower total cost of ownership than any other comparable solution on the market.