Spread Enlists Endace for NY-Chicago Latency Stats

Spread Networks, which provides dedicated low-latency fiber and Ethernet routes between New York and Chicago, will this week announce that it has achieved latency of just under 15.5 milliseconds for its 1-Gigabit and 10-Gigabit wavelength connectivity between the two cities, and is using network monitoring vendor Endace to monitor latency over the service.
Brennan Carley, senior vice president of product marketing at Spread, says the aim is to provide transparent, high-level, end-to-end latency

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