Arcontech is to provide a global distribution system to bolster Tullett Financial Information’s direct offerings of market data to customers. Initially, StarNet will be implemented in London and New York, providing increased regional capacity and resilience, according to Tullett. The organisation expects the system to go live early in 2004. Tullett Financial’s customers will be able to choose from and combine several delivery mechanisms, including a web-based implementation that will use Arcontech’s CityVision JClients Java displays to provide access to Tullett Financial’s optional services. The solution includes a page-viewing applet, which allows Tullett Financial’s customers to highlight blocks of data from pages and drag and drop them into Excel.
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