Fundamental Interactions Releases a New Whitepaper: "Architecture of a Modern Multi-Asset Trading System"

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Neutron Architecture Whitepaper Underscores the Key Architecture Drivers to Performance and Profitability.

Fundamental Interactions Inc has released a white paper articulating the key 'build or buy' considerations trading technologists face in today's increasingly competitive market for electronic trading systems. The success of the CTO depends on the ability to choose wisely what functions to build in-house and hone the best commercially available technologies. The white paper elaborates on how the architecture of the Neutron Trading Appliance can empower the technologist to drive profitability.

Changes in modern software architecture to take advantage of advancements in the latest hardware offer the opportunity to achieve greater alpha at a substantially reduced cost. The Neutron Trading Appliance epitomizes this trend and the importance of commercially available technology products in driving down expense. The system supports multiple asset classes and a diverse range of inter-operable, high performance business functions. Where previously trading systems had to be stitched together from separate vendors, code bases, and server deployments, the Neutron system allows all of the core business functions (market data, order routing, crossing, compliance, etc) to be accessed and executed by the same process in shared memory and CPU space. This drastically reduces hardware footprint, latency and expense.

The white paper further explores the advantages of Neutron's 'deploy anywhere' architecture, which allows the system to be easily deployed in any data center in the world as a stand-alone solution or split out across many servers and data centers where all instances operate in sync with one another. The modular architecture of the Neutron system allows clients to deploy only the components they require, ideally accommodating black boxes as well as enterprise trading infrastructure deployments suitable for the largest and most sophisticated trading institutions.

The white paper is available for download at

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