McKay Lowers Latency Between NJ ‘Treasury Triangle' Datacenters

The initiative reduces latency between the two main cash markets for US Treasuries.


McKay offers private bandwidth at the lowest known latency on each leg of the so-called "Treasury Triangle"─CME Group's datacenter in Aurora, Illinois, where US Treasury futures are traded, and the main cash Treasuries markets in Carteret (operated by Nasdaq eSpeed ) and Equinix NY2.

"The trading of US Treasury instruments is extremely competitive," says McKay Brothers co-founder Bob Meade in a statement. "McKay provides all of our subscribers with the industry's best latency. We believe this

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