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From the Gaming Scalability event, June 2009 in London (http://gamingscalability.org).
Today's electronic markets are demanding lower and lower end-to-end latency. The acceptable time from an event occurring to reporting the effect of the event to consumers around the world has gone down to seconds and even sub-second in some cases. This presentation shows how the combination of an Enterprise Data Fabric inside the firewall and Push Technology for delivery over the Internet ("the last mile") can effectively address this problem and turn it into competitive advantage.
Christian James is the product manager of Push Technology's high performance and low latent messaging product suite Diffusion. Christian leverages his knowledge and experience of the delivery of e-Commerce/betting and trading platforms, within the sports and financial markets, to expand and align Push Technology's product offering to the gaming fraternity. Prior to joining Push Technology Christian was head of IT for Cantor Spreadfair, a peer to peer spread betting exchange, and, prior to that, a lead within Deutsche Bank's FX e-Commerce team responsible for the design and development of Deutsche Bank's award winning autobahn�FX e-Commerce trading platform.
Mike Stolz is vice president of architecture and strategy for financial services at GemStone Systems. In his role, Stolz leverages his expertise in targeting, developing and delivering innovative technology solutions to expand GemStone's global financial services offering and cultivate its growing capital markets division. During the ten years prior to joining GemStone Stolz served as director and chief architect of Merrill Lynch's global markets and investment banking debt division. In this role, Stolz was responsible for the design and development of trading systems and trading support systems for Fixed Income, Currencies, Commodities, Liquidity and Risk.