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2013-11-04 04:22:43

OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Quincy Data, LLC (http://www.quincy-data.com/) announced an expansion of its industry leading QED market data offering with the opening of a point of presence in the NJ2 data center in Weehawken, NJ, operated by Savvis, a Century Link Company. Firms co-located in NJ2 can now receive select futures data from CME Group's data center in Aurora, IL in 4.14 milliseconds--another best in class offering from Quincy Data. Quincy's addition of NJ2 is the...

2013-08-26 16:25:54

In the news release, Strike Technologies Microwave Network Enables 4.17 Microsecond Latencies Between CME And NASDAQ Datacenters, issued 26-Aug-2013 by Strike Technologies Services LLC over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that in the release headline, it should read "4.17 Millisecond Latencies" rather than "4.17 Microsecond Latencies" and in the first paragraph, second sentence, it should read "4.17 milliseconds" rather than "4.17 microseconds" as originally issued inadvertently....

In Today's High-Speed World, 250 Milliseconds Is Too Long To Wait
2012-03-02 08:40:26

John Neumann for RedOrbit.com Back in the old days (younger readers may roll their eyes here), waiting for web pages to load was expected and uneventful. However, in this day and age of always-on high-speed data connections, we dislike waiting any longer than necessary for any web page to open. Even slow broadband these days will open a page filled with photos within 1 or 2 seconds, but even that isn´t fast enough for most web users, reports Shane McGlaun for SlashGear....