IPC Speeds Northeast Routes

Trading telephony and network provider IPC has upgraded its network routes from New York to Stamford and Boston, to provide lower latency and higher capacity to support the market data needs of latency-sensitive firms based outside the New York metro area.

The vendor rolled out dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) networking equipment to the routes last quarter, after a similar upgrade of its New York-Chicago and New York-Toronto routes last year (IMD, Aug. 2, 2010), as it continues its

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