Spread Shaves Microseconds off NY-Chicago Network

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Spread Networks, a provider of low-latency connectivity between New York and Chicago, has shaved just over 100 microseconds off the roundtrip time between the two market centers over its premium dark fiber service, from 13.1 milliseconds to 12.98 milliseconds, as a result of continuous improvements to its route between the cities.

As a result, the vendor's low-latency wavelength service between New York and Chicago -- which currently takes 14.6 milliseconds roundtrip -- will now clock in at just

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