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Trading App

I'll make a trading app that trades up to 7 assets concurrently (independently). The trading server is accessed through websockets. So each concurrent work/task should open/close a websocket connection every minute (1min trading).

Is Intel MPI a good choice? I have a quad-core/4 threads computer.

Thank you.

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Hi,

Intel(R) MPI Library is always a good choice! Indeed.

But:

Within your MPI application you can use you own client/server protocols, but Intel(R) MPI Library itself doesn't use WebSocket for communications.

MPI is generally for compute clusters where several compute nodes communicate over fast network. If you plan to use only one computer, probably you need to take a look on OpenMP/TBB technologies from Intel(R) Composer.

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Dmitry

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