Spread Cuts NJ Wireless Latency

Spread officials say the wireless network offers the lowest latency and fastest data processing time of any wireless network between the datacenters.

The wireless network links Equinix's NY4 datacenter (pictured) in Secaucus with its NY11 datacenter in Carteret

On Oct. 8, Spread Networks will roll out the lower latency, which provides one-way cabinet-to-cabinet demarcation latency of 90.2 microseconds —or 180.4 microseconds roundtrip, down from 189.6 microseconds roundtrip before—and because of the 5Gbps bandwidth is able to proves a 64-byte data packet in 100 nanoseconds, which officials say is five times faster than other low-latency networks.

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