High-Performance Computing in Finance: A Customer’s Perspective [7/7]

19 Jun 2007

Excerpted from a paper I delivered on January 16, 2007 at the Microsoft High-Performance Computing in Financial Services event in New York.

In Closing

It’s a very exciting time to a proponent of high-performance computing in finance. Right now, it’s still a rather rugged task and evangelizing such rough solutions can sometimes result in sour impressions, but overall it’s getting easier to make it work all the time. With all the new products and vendors entering the market right now, I’m convinced we’ll scaling out with ease in the coming years. But in the meantime, we have to be vigilant in ensuring that vendors understand our business and developers and that they bring to market the tools and guidance that allow to keep prioritizing business first and technology second.


3 Responses to “High-Performance Computing in Finance: A Customer’s Perspective [7/7]”

  1. […] [continue] Posted by Marc Jacobs Filed in Finance, Software, Technology […]

  2. Alan Rotenberg Says:

    Hi Marc,

    I wish I could have been there to hear it. This is very well written and well thought out — I, especially, enjoyed reading it remendously.

    Alan Rotenberg

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