McKay Brothers Expands Into Asia With Tokyo-Singapore Route

A hybrid of undersea fiber and microwave connectivity is enabling McKay to deliver the lowest-know latency between Tokyo and Singapore.


McKay is using a hybrid microwave and fiber path─terrestrial microwave in Japan plus fiber under the large bodies of water between the countries─to deliver Asia-sourced market data on its Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service. The initial data offering will be select futures data from the Osaka Securities Exchange delivered to Singapore, but Jim Considine, McKay board member and head of business development and strategy for all McKay affiliates, says the vendor expects to expand its coverage of

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