Virtual CPU (vCPU)

A virtual CPU (vCPU) is a CPU that is simulated by software. This can be done either by emulating a real CPU or by creating a new virtual CPU that runs on top of a real CPU. vCPUs are often used in virtualization environments, where multiple virtual machines (VMs) can share a physical CPU. This … Read more

OTTO protocol (OUCH To Trade Options)

The OTTO protocol is a standardized means of communication between options market makers and traders. It allows market makers to quickly and easily quote prices for options contracts, and also allows traders to send orders to market makers. The protocol was developed by the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) and the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). … Read more