Open Platform: Leveling the Playing Field in an HFT World

Daryl Cornelius, director of enterprise for EMEA, Spirent Communications

Latency testing is not a new phenomenon in the financial services industry as exchanges and their communication providers seek to reduce latency wherever possible, providing their clients with improved service levels. But certain providers have been forced to add latency to their pipes in the interest of homogenizing their service offerings to all their clients. By Daryl Cornelius

In today’s high frequency trading environment it seems incredible that exchanges should want to splice extra lengths

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