As firms continue to add new trading areas and struggle to meet regulatory requirements, high performance databases are becoming increasingly vital, according to a report from Boston-based research firm Aite Group released this week.

“High performance databases [HPDB] help both satisfy current and pending regulatory reporting requirements and mine data for new opportunities,” concludes Aite research director and report author Adam Honore. “To that end, flexibility and performance are key factors for HPDB usage."

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