Bear Stearns, JPMorgan Chase, Wachovia, and The Tabb Group to Discuss Data Management Issues and Solutions in Enterprise Data Fabric Forum

New York, February 1, 2006 – In an interactive forum to be hosted by GemStone Systems on Wednesday, February 8, 2006 in New York, four financial services industry veterans will discuss data management issues and solutions related to today’s industry standards, issues and trends. The four panelists for the inaugural EDF Forum are: Buzz Moschetti, Chief Architecture Officer, Bear Stearns (NYSE: BSC); Robert J. Ortega, VP, IT Strategy and Architecture, Wachovia Corporate Investment Bank; Larry Tabb, Founder and CEO, The Tabb Group; and Peter Krey, Architect, JPMorgan Chase.

The EDF Forum provides the opportunity for Wall Street industry leaders to gather and discuss the unique data management challenges within the financial services industry, as well as new technologies available to solve these issues. Volatile market conditions, surging data volumes and low latency requirements are placing tremendous challenges on applications such as trading, risk analysis and market data management. As organizations continuously seek advanced methods to manage increasingly complex sources and streams of data, an information-centric strategy anchored to an Enterprise Data Fabric (EDF) is vital to combat these issues and build a robust technology infrastructure.

The panelist will address:

The characteristics of an EDF and its relevance to today’s capital markets
Types of data to be managed, distribution of data, real-time analysis and high availability of data with an EDF
The crucial role of an EDF in front, middle and back-office operations

Shankar Iyer, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for GemStone Systems, will moderate the panel. GemStone Systems is a leading provider of data infrastructure software with more than 20 years of experience building enterprise data solutions. GemStone provides a highly scalable data infrastructure that serves as an operational data backbone for environments such as trading, risk, real-time analysis, grid computing and other financial services domains where data latency, uniform data access and data distribution are critical issues affecting business performance and objectives.

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