Solace Systems

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Solace Systems
Industry Computer Hardware
Founded 2001
Headquarters Kanata, Ontario
Key people

Craig Betts, Founder and CEO

Terry Matthews, Chairman of the Board

Solace Systems is a middleware company based in Kanata, Ontario, Canada, that manufactures and sells message-oriented middleware appliances. Messaging middleware appliances are rack-mountable network devices that implement messaging functionality in purpose-built hardware. The company claims that implementing these functions in hardware enables higher throughput and lower, more consistent latency than software alternatives.

Solace has offices in New York City, Chicago, Los Altos, Atlanta, Toronto, London, Zurich, Munich, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney.

The company's major competitors are Informatica, Tervela, TIBCO Software, and IBM (with their WebSphere MQ Low Latency Messaging product).

Solace’s primary markets are energy, financial services, gaming, government, internet services, manufacturing, telecommunications, transportation and logistics. Customers include Barclays, Bet365, Crédit Agricole, the U.S. DHS, DZ Bank, Harris Corporation, Korea Exchange (KRX), Legal & General, London Stock Exchange Group, Menards, Mercuria Energy, Myspace, RBC Capital Markets, Standard Chartered Bank, TMX, Triton Digital and Unibet.


3500 Series Message Routers - The Solace 3560 and Solace 3530 message routers supports reliable messaging, guaranteed messaging, persistent and non-persistent JMS, ultra low latency messaging, IPC messaging, WAN-based messaging, message caching and internet data streaming. In summer 2015, the company rolled out the Solace Virtual Message Router (VMR), a software version of their appliance developed to run on commodity hardware.


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