Cisco Gives Low-Latency Switches an ‘Algo Boost' for Nanosecond Performance


Networking hardware giant Cisco has released a new high-performance data switch designed for high-frequency trading environments, which employs a new technology dubbed Algo Boost that slashes latency for some processes to double-digit nanoseconds.

The new 3548 switch replicates feeds to different ports on the switch for delivery of data to multiple destinations in 50 nanoseconds using a feature called Warp Span (Switch Port Analyzer), provides bi-directional multicast replication along with

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