FAME Information Services, a provider of historical and reference data, has joined forces with IBM to make FAME data available via IBM ‘s AIX and Linux for zSeries operating systems.
FAME focuses on the financial, energy, and public sector markets. Its clients include investment banks, fund managers, central banks as well as oil companies, refiners, utilities, wholesale energy traders, and marketers.
“Products like FAME provide real performance improvement along with overall cost savings that customers can take advantage of today,” says Joan Meltzer, IBM’s director, solutions marketing enterprise servers. ” Customers in investment banking, fund management, and banking are able to increase their performance and reliability and lower their cost of computing by implementing products like FAME’s Historical and Reference Data engine on Linux for zSeries mainframes.”
“FAME is dedicated to form and cultivate high-level relationships with key partners and develop initiatives that will help FAME provide solutions to suit our clients needs. We see our partnership with IBM as a way to continue to expand the ways in which our clients can do business,” adds Niel Siekerka, FAME’s vice president, strategic alliances.
FAME Information Services Inc. is a provider of data management technology software and consulting solutions to the financial, public sector and energy markets. The company is based in New York City.