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Denver Currie
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Who Killed the Kernel?

In his latest blog post, Denver Currie, Product Manager at Vela, looks at how firms are achieving low latency and high throughput in a flexible, cost-effective manner by combining commodity hardware with kernel bypass techniques and an ever-evolving set of software features

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January 1, 2005

SEC Targets SROs For New Reforms

By Gregory Bresiger

Exchanges would have to maintain a separation between regulatory and market functions under proposed rules published by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Fines and fees would have to be devoted to regulatory purposes. The rules also mandate greater transparency. Exchanges would be required to post more information about their operations. Possibly, the most controversial part of the plan covers exchange ownership. [See Special Feature.]