Tests conducted at the exchange's laboratory show that the larger circuits reduce latency by between 35 and 50 percent, even for firms that are not looking to receive data via Performance Channels, says LSE head of real-time data Wendy Morgan. Given the latency savings inherent in extra bandwidth the exchange doesn't rule out the possibility of further capacity hikes in the future. "It's a balance between costs and benefits but we are looking into all possibilities," Morgan adds.
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