Meet Corvil at STAC Summit NYC

Welcome to New York! We’re attending the STAC Summit in New York to share our perspective on Precision Time Protocol.

Meet Corvil at STAC Summit NYCBy Aoife Byrne    1 November 2016      Events

It’s autumn in New York, and as the leaves in Central Park begin to change, we can’t imagine a better backdrop for discussing the changing parameters of regulatory compliance.

Our very own Raymond Russell, CTO of Corvil, will be speaking at the STAC Summit and sharing his firsthand experience with Precision Time Protocol (PTP). Hosted by the Securities Technology Analysis Center, the summit highlights engineering technologies that are innovating the finance industry.

Presenting, “Stories from the PTP Battlefront,” Raymond will discuss what he has learned from Corvil’s clients that use PTP. While PTP ensures sub-microsecond accuracy, Raymond has experienced negative deployments of PTP, when the execution does not live up to that expectation. As many trading firms and exchanges are considering using PTP in order to reach MiFID II compliance, Raymond’s talk at the STAC Summit will provide valuable insight into the real applications of PTP. He will deliver a candid presentation about the problems that can result from PTP, and how he has diagnosed and solved for them.

We know Raymond’s presentation will be a highlight, but stick around the whole day for a robust lineup of conference sessions, as well as notable networking opportunities and a concluding reception.

Raymond will be accompanied by Voyta Karas, Tim McGovern, Mike Beaver, and Sam Agosta, so you’ll have plenty of Corvil team members to meet on the ground.

If you haven’t already, register for the STAC Summit. We hope to see you there!

Details

Location: Grand Hyatt New York, Park Avenue at Grand Central, New York Manhattan Ballroom; 109 E 42nd St, New York, NY 10017
Date: November 7, 2016

Meet Corvil at STAC Summit NYC

Aoife Byrne, Marketing Executive, Corvil
Corvil safeguards business in a machine world. We see a future where all businesses trust digital machines to algorithmically conduct transactions on their behalf. For some businesses, this future is now.
@corvilinc

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