Spread Shaves Ethernet Latency

Brennan Carley, senior vice president of product marketing, Spread Networks

Low-latency network provider Spread Networks has cut roundtrip delay on its Ethernet wave service between New York and Chicago from 15.75 milliseconds to as low as 14.6 milliseconds, with a service-level agreement of 14.75 milliseconds.

Brennan Carley, senior vice president of product marketing at Spread, says that since the change came into effect earlier this month, “our customers running latency-sensitive strategies tell us that they are getting better quality fills than they were before the

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