kdb+ 4.0 with 2nd gen Optane & Lenovo SR860 V2 under STAC-M3 (tick analytics)
STAC-A2 (derivatives risk) on 8 x Ampere GPUs in an NVIDIA DGX A100
kdb+ 3.6 with Dell EMC PowerScale F200 under STAC-M3 (tick analytics)
Arista DCS-7130-48L under STAC-TS (time sync and capture)
Lenovo 4-socket server sets 4 records with latest Intel® CPU and Optane PMem
First STAC-M3 results from new generations of CPU and Optane Persistent Memory
NVIDIA DGX A100 system with new GPUs sets three records
NFS-based solution with inline compression sets storage efficiency record
Solution sets multiple throughput records
First solution with distributed Optane Persistent Memory sets 8 records across scale and baseline benchmarks.
Following our highly attended online events in 2020, STAC is going global, online, and live again this May 18 & 19.
Join us for live panels, briefings, demos, and exhibits that address the most important technical challenges in analytics technology, low-latency infrastructure, and command & control. Interact directly with speakers, exhibitors, and your peers – all without leaving your home or office.
Topics at STAC events generally map to three areas:
- Analytics technology. Architectures for big data and big compute workloads such as AI (ML & DL) model training, strategy research & backtesting, tick analytics, alt data processing, market and credit risk, portfolio optimization, surveillance, and compliance.
- Low-latency infrastructure. Architectures for
The financial technology community has one responsibility in the COVID-19 crisis that only it can fulfill.
The STAC-TS Working Group has poured a lot of effort into developing standards and software for demonstrating timestamp accuracy to the satisfaction of European regulators concerned with RTS 25 of MiFID 2. Much of that effort has concerned software-application timestamps. App timestamping is central to many firm's plans but is one of the most misunderstood issues with RTS 25.