LSE to Slash Wireless Data Net Latency

The exchange will invest in its wireless route and new technologies to further reduce latency.

The entrance to the London Stock Exchange

The service, which can be deployed across a range of strategies from moving economic indicators to initiating a trade from another location, will receive both technology and infrastructure improvements over the next quarter to reduce its latency figure to around 270 microseconds, says Andrew Bailey, product manager for exchange hosting and proximity services at the LSE.

For example, LSE plans to make improvements to the wireless network’s route over the coming quarter. “You have to buy rooftops

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