Data's destiny

Grid Computing

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Grid computing - the networking of many computers or processors into a single virtual machine for the parallel processing of tasks - is now a well-established technology within banks. But financial institutions are behind the curve in how far they are adopting this new technology. While other industries are using grid for a variety of tasks - from research and development to customer relationship management - the silo nature of banks' operations and the vast quantity of real-time market data

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