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NY Stock Exchange Moves To Linux 272

Posted by kdawson
from the bye-bye-big-iron dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Even the old mainframe strongholds, the financial markets, are moving away from big iron. The New York Stock Exchange is one of them, as it's leaving the mainframe for AIX and Linux. They're doing it to save money; it seems that transactions are going to cost half as much on Unix and Linux as they did on the mainframe." The first phase of the transition happened last Monday.
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NY Stock Exchange Moves To Linux

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