Diablo, 60East Partner to Build an Advanced Electronic Trading Platform

Diablo and 60 East partner to build an advanced electronic trading platform, Scality helps a German Aerospace company archive high-res satellite images, and Radware launches its next generation ADC.

Diablo and 60 East build trading platform. Diablo Technologies and  60East Technologies announced that they have entered into a strategic alliance to deliver an advanced, low-latency electronic trading platform. Both companies will partner closely to create a joint solution and align product roadmaps designed to leverage Diablo’s Memory Channel Storage(MCS) architecture and the capabilities of the AMPS messaging platform from 60East Technologies. Diablo’s MCS architecture connects NAND flash directly to the CPU through the server’s memory bus, enabling linear scalability in performance at extremely low-latencies for the most demanding enterprise applications. By placing high-capacity flash directly onto these massively parallel structures, MCS breaks the final latency and IOPS paradigm inherent to existing NAND-based storage solutions. When combined with 60East’s AMPS messaging platform, the two technologies are able to deliver more than four times as much throughput and an order of magnitude of lower latency in the 99.9th percentile.  “We chose to work with 60East because of their reputation for success in mission-critical, high performance computing. The synergy between Diablo and 60East is amplified by our combined commitment to providing innovative, leading-edge solutions that can be leveraged across the entire enterprise,” said Riccardo Badalone, Co-founder and CEO of Diablo Technologies. “Our dynamic partnership integrates the two-best-in-class technologies to deliver a joint platform built for the most demanding, low latency applications.”

Scality selected by German Aerospace Center.  Scality announced that its RING petabyte scale storage solution has been selected by DLR / German Aerospace Center to host its active archive for large amounts of their high definition satellite images. DLR’s Earth Observation Center uses remote sensing to perform environmental and climate studies. Based on Scality’s success in meeting the stringent demands of DLR’s high performance computing environment, EOC is planning on doubling the capacity of their Scality RING production system. “Scality’s RING provides us with a proven solution unlike any other we have found,” said Professor Peter Reinartz, Head of the Photogrammetry and Image Analysis department. “Scality provides for unlimited growth and high IOPS across many information system formats, including access to traditional file systems and cloud storage resource via CDMI. This is very unusual, and as we grow, it is proving to be an essential element of our workflow and infrastructure.”

Radware launches next generation ADC.  Radware (RDWR) announced it has launched its next generation Application Delivery Controller (ADC), Alteon NG, built from the ground up to ensure application SLA. The Alteon NG can provide full application SLA assurance by offering dedicated ADC virtual instance (vADC) per app/service, complete isolation between instances which will not impact neighboring application performance, “on-demand” scaling up with no hardware modifications and best-in-class application acceleration features and an innovative security offering. “As a leading fashion retailer that relies on a steady stream of web traffic, the performance on our website is of paramount importance,” says Frank De Sa, IT General Manger of The Just Group. “Since deploying each of our brand’s websites on separate vADCs using Radware’s FastView™ technology, the Alteon NG not only improved the performance of our websites, it has reduced the average page load time by over 30 percent.”

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John Rath is a veteran IT professional and regular contributor at Data Center Knowledge. He has served many roles in the data center, including support, system administration, web development and facility management.

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