Whether your fund focuses on high-frequency trading, quantitative trading, tick analysis, or risk management, Pavilion Data has reference architectures with cutting-edge applications designed for performance and a fundamental premise that time is money.
For retail banking, our technology offers a proven path from legacy systems to modern applications with the performance of direct-attached NVMe and the security, reliability, and manageability of a Storage Area Network for real-time data needs.
As the customer experience shifts to online interactions, so do potential revenue streams from personalized offers and sophisticated recommendation engines. This shift also compounds the challenge of fraud detection/resolution and regulatory oversight. The insights required to support these applications must be gleaned quickly and leverage latency sensitive Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Traditional dual-controller storage architectures cannot keep up with the I/O demands of these applications, and server-side storage fails to scale sufficiently. NVMe-oF delivers the performance, economics, and flexibility of server-side storage, with the security, reliability, and manageability of SAN. At 40 µs latency from the host with RAID-6 enabled, Pavilion Data’s performance is unparalleled.
NVME-OF FOR RETAIL BANKING
See how retail banks are leveraging Pavilion Data’s NVMe-oF Storage technology to improve online fraud detection, run sophisticated offer engines and meet increased regulatory oversight requirements.
RETAIL BANKING DATA LAKE BACKUP
See how one of the World’s largest banks meets its daily backup window in this Data Lake Centralized Backup Case Study.
Achieve superior performance and low latencies in large-scale Greenplum deployments using NVMe-oF.
HIGH FREQUENCY TRADING
In the data-driven world of high-frequency trading, you need an edge. Whether it’s pairs trading, delta-neutral strategies, arbitrage, scalping, or any other time-sensitive transaction, doing it faster determines profitability. Layer on regulatory oversight and compliance and storage performance becomes paramount.
Traditional Direct-Attached Storage has reached a point of diminishing returns. Low utilization bloats infrastructure and associated costs. Manageability at scale is a challenge.