Tibco has introduced its first integrated messaging appliance to improve the performance of its datacentre management software for financial traders and other businesses.
The hardware-software Tibco Messaging Appliance will offer improved application-to-application, low latency messaging throughput for mission-critical data.
With the new system, organisations will also be able to reduce the amount of server space required to run the Tibco Rendezvous management software by a 10:1 ratio, cutting datacentre power use and optimising resource use.
"For financial services organisations such as exchanges, brokerages and hedge funds, every microsecond counts when it comes to accessing and disseminating mission-critical data," said Denny Page, chief engineer for Tibco.
"The Tibco Messaging Appliance will provide the improvements in latency and throughput needed to drive increased business responsiveness and competitive advantage," said Page.
Rendezvous users will be able to take advantage of the performance improvements enabled by the appliance without any code changes to their existing applications that are already enabled by Rendezvous.
The product will be available later this year, said Tibco.