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Hoot n' Hollerin' Replaced by Net Blasts Are Thing of the Past

Traders Magazine, March 2000

Peter Chapman

Communications software that changes the way the Street updates its traders and their applications has been introduced by several Silicon Valley companies.

The products make conventional updating mediums, such as hoot n' hooler systems or diskettes unnecessary. Instead, an intranet or extranet is used to channel the latest market intelligence to a trader. His trading applications can be automatically updated whenever new versions are published.

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