Is FPGA the smartest choice for ultra low frequency and being cheaper then expensive HFT software costs?

(Last Updated On: February 21, 2013)
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Is FPGA the smartest choice for ultra low frequency and being cheaper then expensive HFT software costs?

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From the same previous Youtube user:

Apparently, the DINI Group was correct when they said that they had the cheapest product on the market.

In that paper, there are three specific mentioned cards that have 10GBE and have SFP+ (which is what is needed for hft):

Dini 10GBE FPGA cost $5000

Accelize XP4S230LP-20G cost: $7000
http://www.colfaxdirect.com/store/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=942&idcategory=0#details

advancedio V5022 cost?
Probably similar to accelize

5,000 for a single investment is not that bad, when you consider that software based solutions for HFT generally run at 5,000-10,000 a month.

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