It has long been the goal of trading and risk system developers to create a common technology platform on which to build real-time applications for a range of asset classes, incorporating reusable components and supporting global operations.
Many software vendors have attempted this with various degrees of success, but Application Networks, based in London and Palo Alto in Silicon Valley, was established at the end of the 1990s with this specific goal in mind. The company launched
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