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Intel will make Altera FPGA mainstream for HFT?

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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Will Intel purchase of Altera Commoditize FPGA boards for HFT?

Will Intel purchase of Altera Commoditize  FPGA boards for HFT?

With our workflow for Matlab Simulink, this option is becoming more of a reality now. I am very exciting on this path of development. You can learn more what I am talking about list below:

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-06-01/intel-buys-altera-for-16-7-billion-as-chip-deals-accelerate

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HFT FPGA mainstream! Intel buys Altera

HFT FPGA mainstream! Intel buys Altera

As I get into this stuff, this just legimatized that Altera foundries for FPGA is now mainstream

http://www.cnbc.com/id/102508247

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Altera OPRA FAST Parser Design Example for FPGA and high frequency trading aka HFT use case

Altera OPRA FAST Parser Design Example for FPGA and high frequency trading aka HFT use case

This came in from an FPGA expert so thanks to him

This example demonstrates an Open Computing Language (OpenCLTM) implementation of a parser for the OPRA FAST standard. OPRA FAST is a standard developed for high-throughput and low-latency communication in financial markets; more information can be found at www.opradata.com.

The kernel parses incoming compressed OPRA Fast data from a UDP offload engine, and returns a subset of fields over Ethernet with the UDP offload engine. The UDP offload engines are represented as I/O channels to the kernel.

The kernel in this example is designed to process data at a line rate of 10G. More information is available in the OPRA FAST Overview and Implementation document available in the Downloads section below.

Features

  • Channels vendor extension
  • Low-latency for latency-sensitive application
  • Single work-item kernel

http://www.altera.com/support/examples/opencl/opra-fast.html

 

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