New York special: Survival of the biggest (DataCenterDynamics)

Who cares about exchange consolidation when you can talk about data center consolidation? Although, the former is now in direct competition with the latter and…

The fast lane to wall street (DatacenterDynamics)

The folks at DatacenterDynamics take us on a trip down memory lane trying to understand how we came to this latency-crazed trading world we live…

The New Speed of Money, Reshaping Markets (NY Times)

Great feature piece originally printed in the Sunday Business section of the times examining both the drivers and requirements for high speed trading.  The article…

NYSE's Mahwah data center set to come online, quietly (Bergen Record)

NYSE’s new Mahwah data center is finally set to go live this coming Monday.  It will only be for a few stocks, but after years…

Sell Side Continues to Invest in Data Centers (Wall Street & Technology)

This story gives an overview of the presentation I gave at the Accelerating Wall Street conference in May 2010.  Much of the data was based…

Data Center Bubble: Fact or Science Fiction?

Also posted at TabbForum.com Too many dot coms brought us a bubble.  Too much leverage brought us a bubble.  Too many houses sold to people…

The CFTC's Co-location Proposal: Not Ready for Prime Time

Also posted at TabbFORUM.com The CFTC should stick to regulating markets and not try to regulate data center providers.  The recently released proposal by the CFTC does…

Wall Street’s Tech War (The Record)

From the Sunday edition of The Record, a interesting article focusing on the move of “Wall Street” to New Jersey.  The vast majority of US…

Power Density: Getting to the Core of the Issue (Securities Industry News)

All of the financial services focused data centers I’ve spoken with have expressed much more concern about running low on power than on running out…

Trading Services Focus On Low Delay, Lower Cost Connections (MarketWatch)

Reducing latency is critical for those in the ultra-low latency high frequency trading game; but the number of firms that fit that category isrelatively small.…