Press Fastmq Acquisition

FastMQ Acquire

Brussels The acquisition of FastMQ by iMatix for an undisclosed sum in cash and shares was announced today by the open source companies iMatix Corporation and FastMQ Inc. The “Fastest. Messaging. Ever.” ZeroMQ, the flagship product of FastMQ, will join OpenAMQ and Zyre as iMatix’s other messaging solutions.

Pieter Hintjens, CEO of iMatix, states, “Over the last two years, we have worked closely with FastMQ to develop ZeroMQ the quickest, most practical open source offering for low latency. OpenAMQ and Zyre are the ideal partners for ZeroMQ. One vendor implies fewer licencing concerns and cheaper support for our consumers.

According to FastMQ CEO Martin Sustrik, “everything from game servers to scientific computing to the sector it’s really meant for, financial market data,” roughly 160 companies use ZeroMQ. People like how light and quick this programme is, he continues. It supports almost every operating system, speaks every language, and is incredibly quick.

The plans for ZeroMQ are described by Hintjens as follows: “We’ve just finished a 2.0 alpha, which is easier to use than before. We’ll work steadily to get this to a stable state. Customers should now let us know which features they genuinely need.

Martin Sustrik, the architect of ZeroMQ, continues to serve as the project’s primary maintainer, and FastMQ is now a part of iMatix Corporation

A distributed low-latency library known as ZeroMQ is LGPL-licensed and available as open source. With latencies as low as 30 microseconds on simple hardware, it offers point-to-point and PGM multicast message distribution at speeds of up to 4M messages per second on a single connection. Numerous different operating systems, including Solaris, AIX, OpenVMS, Linux, and Windows, support it.
Java, C, C++, Python, and numerous other languages all have bindings for ZeroMQ.

Ask ChatGPT
Set ChatGPT API key
Find your Secret API key in your ChatGPT User settings and paste it here to connect ChatGPT with your Tutor LMS website.