News from 2010
Published November 16, 2010 in
November 16thDublin. Today PolarLake announce the availability of the world’s first Reference Data Management Platform based on semantic web technologies.
The platform enables the acquisition, management and distribution of vendor and internally sourced Reference Data. Already being used by a number of tier 1 Financial Services firms, the platform enables, data loading 11x faster, queries 17x faster and on-boarding of new data feeds 20x faster than RDBMS based Data Management systems.
Published June 22, 2010 in
Dublin, London June 22nd 2010. PolarLake today announced that they have agreed a partnership with OnixS allowing PolarLake to support a range of OnixS Direct Market Access Market Data and Trading Handlers. The OnixS solutions provide high performance calibrated and certified access to a wide range of exchanges, ECNs and brokers based on FIX standards and proprietary API’s.
Published June 8, 2010 in
Dublin 8th June 2010. PolarLake will exhibit at this year’s SIFMA Financial Service Technology Expo June 22-24 Hilton New York Hotel as focus of Reference Data Management is firmly fixed on getting value from existing Data Management systems and delivering on the promise of EDM.
PolarLake to exhibit at North America Financial Information Summit as Integration takes centre stage in Reference Data Management
Published April 23, 2010 in Press Releases
PolarLake will exhibit at this year at the Financial Information Summit in New York on May 26th.
“PolarLake is delighted to be exhibiting at the North America Financial Information Summit. We see the Reference Data Management industry now focused on the end to end supply chain and integration of Pricing and Reference Data. This is directly driven by the current focus on counterparty risk and regulatory compliance as risk managers and regulators want to see an end-to-end data process, not just islands of data. This event gives us a gives us a great opportunity to meet with people in real projects often struggling under the weight of integration complexity often driven by using generic ETL / EAI technology” says John Randles CEO PolarLake.