Track Data Corp. is upgrading its existing 56 kilobit/second backbone network in anticipation of increases in options data traffic. Early next year, the futures and options market data and analytics vendor expects to deliver its feed via new 128 kilobit/second circuits. The changes will have no impact on end-user hardware or software.
"The new network will help us to cope with the explosion of information out there," says Mort Mackoff, executive vice president at Track, citing the multiple li
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