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In this blog I want to go over how a web application can be written to control an ExaLINK, for example a kill switch. The ExaLINK is touted for its low latency and ability for remote management. Rather than allow full configuration access to all users, you may want to allow different sets of…

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In this blog I want to go over how the ExaLINK can be used for distributing data in a low latency manner. Data distribution the details One of the most efficient methods of distributing data to mulitple servers is through the use of Multicast. Unfortunately, this involves the use of a network switch, which adds…

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There is a lot of buzz around FPGA based trading at the moment, and in this post I want to cover why that's the case. FPGAs bring certain benefits that can't be acheived by software running on a CPU, in particular, low latency and determinism. However, where a lot of people find some level of…

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As many of you may be aware, IBM are now shipping their eighth generation of POWER systems. With up to 96 threads and 230GB/s of DRAM bandwidth per socket, POWER8 systems open up new possibilities for many Exablaze customers who benefit from having the fastest systems available. At Exablaze, we've been impressed with POWER8 and

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In this blog I want to go over how some of our hardware can be used for logging and risk analysis. The idea is to give you a feel for how you can do logging and risk analysis with very little latency overhead. The solutions I'm presenting here make use of both the…

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