In addition to rolling out the new PoPs, McKay will deliver a fully microwave network to Zurich next year.
The metals data will be available over the QED service at datacenters in the UK, Europe, and the US.
The feed handler will allow Redline clients to ingest and normalize data from Quincy's microwave-based feed alongside other data sources.
The service allows Singapore-based traders to access data from the Osaka Securities Exchange in less than 31.5 milliseconds.
A hybrid of undersea fiber and microwave connectivity is enabling McKay to deliver the lowest-know latency between Tokyo and Singapore.
A combination of new transatlantic fiber and ongoing efforts to reduce latency on its microwave networks have resulted in overall latency improvements between Chicago, New York, the UK and continental Europe.
The investment will support the continued growth of McKay’s network business.
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The vendor says the QED millimeter-wave wireless service will provide the lowest latencies between Euronext's co-location facility and other key London datacenters.
After initially focusing on the US and Europe for equities and derivatives, Quincy is now looking to Asia and bond markets.
McKay is claiming to have the lowest-known latency between key datacenters in and around London.
The hybrid network combines BSO's fiber network with proprietary wireless networks built by two unnamed HFT firms.
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The move will shorten data latencies between Frankfurt and traders located in central London.
Support for all US protected markets will allow users to calculate best bid and offer prices at lower latency.
New route adds to existing NJ-Chicago network.
The exchange will invest in its wireless route and new technologies to further reduce latency.
New microwave route will connect Equinix datacenters hosting key marketplaces in each financial center.
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