Perseus Enters US-Brazil Race

New York-based connectivity vendor Perseus Telecom is claiming to have achieved the lowest-latency route between New York and Brazilian exchange BM&F Bovespa, with a roundtrip latency of around 106 milliseconds between BM&F’s datacenter and Perseus’ space in Nasdaq’s datacenter in Carteret, NJ, from where clients can connect to other North American and international markets.

The route leverages a low-latency undersea cable provided by GlobeNet, a subsidiary of Brazilian telecom company Oi.

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