TIBCO FTL 3.1 Turbocharges Persistent Messaging to Meet Throughput Challenge of Big Data

TIBCO FTL 3.1 Turbocharges Persistent Messaging to Meet Throughput Challenge of 
Big Data 
Leverages In-Memory Technology to Significantly Improve Performance
of Industry-Leading Messaging Technology 
PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/13 --  TIBCO Software Inc.
(NASDAQ: TIBX), a leader in the application integration and SOA
infrastructure market, today announced the latest version of its
flagship extreme low-latency messaging platform, TIBCO FTL(R) 3.1,
which introduces the power of in-memory technology to bring new
levels of reliability to persistent messaging. Drawing from over two
decades of experience in providing communication and messaging
solutions to the financial services industry, TIBCO FTL 3.1 provides
a powerful messaging platform that delivers unmatched performance to
any industry, where time is crucial to remaining competitive. In
addition to the financial services industry, TIBCO FTL 3.1 can be
leveraged by any industry facing ever-increasing data volumes,
including logistics and transportation companies, government, power
and utilities companies and the high-tech manufacturing industry, to
name a few. 
To capitalize on business opportunities or threats that lie within
big data, companies must address greater volumes and more varieties
of information at higher velocity. TIBCO FTL is optimized to leverage
the latest advancements in hardware and networking to handle higher
message throughput with lower latency, and a greater number of
concurrent connections, than traditional messaging approaches. TIBCO
FTL 3.1 includes a new distributed in-memory persistence engine that
maximizes performance, with guaranteed message delivery and a
messaging throughput of over 850,000 messages per second (1). With
this new approach, organizations no longer need to deploy multiple
servers or have to deal with the complexity of splitting the traffic
between the multiple systems within their application logic. This
new, in-memory-based approach broadens the appeal of TIBCO FTL to use
cases outside of capital markets.  
"TIBCO FTL was designed to address the needs of extreme low latent
environments such as financial markets, where trades are increasingly
performed by high-performance algorithms and where microseconds make
a vast difference in delivering results," said Denny Page, Chief
Engineer, TIBCO. "With the introduction of the in-memory persistence
engine for guaranteed delivery, TIBCO FTL 3.1 is now also ideally
suited to address high performance use cases in any industry where
extremely fast environments are required to track billions of data
points a day." 
Originally launched in November 2010 as the first messaging
middleware solution to break the microsecond barrier in end-to-end
application latency, TIBCO FTL 3.1 is optimized to leverage the
latest advancements like multi-core processors, in-memory
architectures and networking technologies like Infiniband and 10
Gigabit Ethernet. 
(1) Tests were run by TIBCO Software Inc. using a Store - > Send - >
No Confirm store configuration and an Asynchronous Acknowledgement
mode. All nodes were using RDMA over Infiniband, for detailed
transport testing. Please contact TIBCO Software Inc. for more
 TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) is a provider of
infrastructure software for companies to use on-premise or as part of
cloud computing environments. Whether it's efficient claims or trade
processing, cross-selling products based on real-time customer
behavior, or averting a crisis before it happens, TIBCO provides
companies the two-second advantage(R) -- the ability to capture the
right information, at the right time, and act on it preemptively for
a competitive advantage. More than 4,000 customers worldwide rely on
TIBCO to manage information, decisions, processes, and applications
in real time. Learn more at www.tibco.com. 
TIBCO, two-second advantage, TIBCO FTL, and TIBCO Software are
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subsidiaries in the United States and/or other countries. All other
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Media Contact:
Amy Groden-Morrison 
TIBCO Software Inc. 
Roya Pakfetrat
510-748-8200 x217
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