Intel will make Altera FPGA mainstream for HFT?

(Last Updated On: June 2, 2015)

Intel will make Altera FPGA mainstream for HFT?

This interview with Intel’s CEO shows how he stresses the importance of FPGA. Imagine for this in trading?

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Inside the Intel, Altara Deal With Intel’s CEO
June 1 — Intel agreed to buy Altera for $16.7 billion to defend its presence in data centers, forging a deal that will add to a record year for industry consolidation. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”

http://bloom.bg/1M50I5M

June 1 — Intel agreed to buy Altera for $16.7 billion to defend its presence in data centers, forging a deal that will add to a record year for industry consolidation. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”

Intel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich says the chipmaker’s planned $16.7 billion purchase of Altera Corp. will advance its products and bolster manufacturing prowess. To deliver on that promise, he’ll need to break from his predecessors’ lackluster acquisition record.

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