Avelacom Slashes London-Tokyo Latency in Push to Become ‘Leading Asia-Pac Player’

Officials say Avelacom's new route shaves 10 milliseconds off the current fastest option for connectivity between London and Tokyo, and still has scope for further improvement.

Avelacom's new network route will speed data traffic between London and Tokyo

Moscow-based low-latency network provider Avelacom has gone live with what it claims is the fastest connectivity between London and Tokyo, as part of an initiative to rewrite the latency rules into and within the Asia-Pacific region by optimizing existing network routes with segments of proprietary fiber to significantly reduce latency.

The new route connects Equinix’s LD4 and LD5 datacenters outside London to a new point of presence in Equinix’s TY3 IBX datacenter in Tokyo, with roundtrip

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