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February 4, 2009

Tibco gets into hardware: first take

Messaging appliance said to cut latency in half

By Jason Stamper

Integration and business process management firm Tibco has announced its first foray into the world of hardware, with a messaging appliance aimed at companies with demands for very high message throughput and minimal latency.

Launching its first appliance, the Messaging Appliance P-7500, Tibco said it has the capacity to increase messaging volumes by 10 times, reduce latency by 50% and increase the predictability of data flows and performance by 10 times. It runs Tibco’s Rendezvous messaging software.

“Even in a period of turmoil in financial markets, the one constant is a steady increase in trading volume,” said Tom Laffey, executive vice president, products and technology at the firm. “As a result, data-intensive industries—financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing, government and major online commerce companies—need lower latency and increased throughput at lower costs.”

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