Will FPGA for potential HFT be in my radar for 2015? Or custom Linux kernel path?

(Last Updated On: December 31, 2014)
Will FPGA for potential HFT be in my radar for 2015? Or custom Linux kernel path?

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I use various FPGA authoring technique like what I have researched but the custom Linux kernel may be as effective.

Programming Language Lessons learning about Barclays HFT use cases including Java C++ Linux FPGA and Erlang
My REAL reasons why Matlab is important to me thanks to Mr FPGA real time charting and ease of use for FAST quant trading idea generation
https://quantlabs.net/blog/?s=fpga Just thinking aloud hre but this a way down the road. I think my answer is NO.

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