After having been under development for the last 8 years, Sun has finally delivered JSR-1, better known as real time Java.
Real time java allows the platform to run without any latency, which is really important when you are doing high volume calculations. What, you might ask, would amount to high volume? More than 100,000 stock transactions per second, might qualify. At least that's what the Nasdaq stock exchange plans to use real time Java for.
Below you can watch a video where the Nasdaq's CIO discusses the platform.
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