Support for OpenMAMA Project

EMC
“Big data is increasing the complexity of messaging technologies. EMC believes that open development and collaboration on the OpenMAMA project can reduce this complexity and speed innovation throughout the financial services industry as well as other markets. We’re looking forward to the work we’ll do as Steering Group members of the project,” said Richard Reichgut, Principal, Industry Solutions Group, Financial Services, EMC. 

Exegy
“The MAMA API is a strong technology that enjoys wide adoption in our industry.  By forming an open source project, we help to accelerate its development and drive standardization,” said Scott Parsons, Chief Technology Officer at Exegy. “The project opens the door for rapid innovation and thereby allows new technologies to have a broader impact in a shorter time frame.”

Fixnetix
“Fixnetix is pleased to participate in the OpenMAMA steering group as we strongly believe collaborative efforts will yield the best results,” says Anthony Kingsnorth, Director of Operations, Fixnetix. “Demands for new technology are constant. The steering group’s work will offer stronger insight into making available the best products and solutions.”

Intel
"Collaborative development is critical to accelerating market adoption of technologies that can benefit everyone - from the developers to the consumers of technology," said Doug Fisher, corporate vice president and general manager of the Systems Software Division, Software and Services Group at Intel. "The OpenMAMA Project will help foster strong adoption of a common messaging API starting in financial services followed closely by other industries, such as telecommunications and high-performance computing."

NYSE Technologies
"By open sourcing our MAMA API and collaborating with so many of our respected peers on the steering group, NYSE Technologies is proud to help shape a capital markets community that can share the most innovative technologies from a range of service providers alongside its market participants,” said Stanley Young, CEO, NYSE Technologies. “We know that this kind of collaboration can accelerate technology adoption and technical advancement in some very interesting ways.”