CEP Provider Aleri Issues Latency Test Results

September 2008
Securities Industry News;9/15/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 32, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the performance test conducted for Chicago, Illinois-based Aleri on its complex event processing (CEP) platform by the Securities Technology Analysis Center (STAC). The test was sponsored by Intel Corp. (IC) and Sun Microsystems (SM) and was hailed by Aleri VP of product strategy Jeff Wootton as the first time a CEP technology provider published transparent, objective performance numbers. The test was regarded by Adam Honore, a senior analyst of Boston-based Aite Group, as an advantage for the industry.


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