Is 100% Redis fast than GPU/FPGA cluster for HFT?

(Last Updated On: November 10, 2015)

Is 100% Redis fast than GPU/FPGA cluster for HFT?

I am looking for any expert opinion in this field for potential high frequency trading use the performance of a FPGA vs 100% Redis. All according to something similar to this link:

IBM Accelerates Power8 Clusters With GPUs, FPGAs, And Flash

[11:58:45 AM] Bryan Downing: there is this http://www.enterprisetech.com/2014/10/02/ibm-accelerates-power8-clusters-gpus-fpgas-flash/
[11:58:52 AM] Bryan Downing: the closest i could find
[11:59:02 AM] Bryan Downing: fpga is complicated but redis is easy to setup and maintain
[11:59:18 AM] Bryan Downing: it is free to so i think the performance could be adequate for 100% redis

Question is: could this FPGA/GPU cluster faster if you choose to be 100% Redis? Or at least is there the potential?

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