Apcon Releases Sub-10ns Timestamping Blade Switch

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The 36-port packet aggregator blade, which is configurable to 1 or 10-gigabit Ethernet networks, is designed to sit in the network monitoring application layer within financial firms and timestamp data packets travelling over the network at various points so firms can accurately measure the latency of each packet, says Paul Ginn, director of marketing at Apcon.

Though the tool is designed primarily for trading firms in the high-frequency, high-volume and high-value trading spaces to monitor late

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