Trading servers go through a lot of changes on a regular basis as the ever changing landscape for tick-to-trade latency continues to improve. CPUs, FPGAs, NICs, network stack enhancements, choices of datacenters with proximity to key systems, these are just some of the elements of a trading server that need to be considered for optimal latency, which in the case of a trading server, means maximizing your yields.
We have our own trading server, the Core Vega R116i, which has Intel Alder Lake by default. You can see the specifications below:
- 8-core Intel i9-12900KS
- Up to 128GB DDR4
- Up to 2x 2.5″ SSD
- PCI-e 1x 16 or 2x 8
- Redundant 600W PSU
We’ve done extensive testing and our servers get third-party reviewed to ensure we are optimal vs the market. We’ve seen that Intel Alder Lake CPUs have brought a real performance benefit in trading servers and we’re happy to work through a system design with you based on your needs.
As the Ryzen 7000 CPUs come to market very shortly and Intel Raptor Lake emerges, we’ll continue to update our trading servers.
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