McKay Launches Slough-Frankfurt Microwave Route

New microwave route will connect Equinix datacenters hosting key marketplaces in each financial center.

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The new route provides a roundtrip latency of 4.64 milliseconds, and is part of ongoing efforts by McKay Brothers to expand its service in Europe, after the vendor launched a new wireless route between Frankfurt and Basildon in November, which─following engineering work in January─delivers roundtrip latency of 4.192 milliseconds.

McKay chief operating officer Jim Considine says the new Slough-Frankfurt route will appeal to firms executing automated trading strategies between Equinix's LD4 datace

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