Monday, June 13, 2005

Arca and event-stream processing -

To be sure, there is value in being able to digest, analyze, and act on huge flows of data on the fly, in real-time. There is a burgeoning technology called "event-stream processing", or "ESP," if you're cool, - and ArcaEx's is all over this in yet another example of management's prowess.

PC Magazine runs an article touching on this in the 6/28/2005 edition. Here's the article:

Also, in case you haven't seen the 6/13/05 Journal: There's an article about the potential boom in deriviative activity and they discuss the NYSE ability to delve into these markets via its Arca deal. It'd be interesting to hear what Langone's idea for entering these markets is without Arca? It's becoming clearer each day that the NYSE will be ArcaEx with a new name.

Putnam for Time Man of the Year?


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