- Conference Paper
Low latency is of interest for a variety of applications. The most stringent latency requirements arise in financial trading, where sub-microsecond differences matter. As a result, firms in the financial technology sector are pushing networking technology to its limits, giving a peek into the future of consumer-grade terrestrial microwave networks. Here, we explore the world's most competitive network design race, which has played out over the past decade on the Chicago-New Jersey trading corridor. We systematically reconstruct licensed financial trading networks from publicly available information, and examine their latency, path redundancy, wireless link lengths, and operating frequencies. © 2020 ACM Show more
Book titleProceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference
Pages / Article No.
Subjectlow latency; network design; high frequency trading
Organisational unit09484 - Singla, Ankit (ehemalig) / Singla, Ankit (former)
NotesDue to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the conference was conducted virtually.
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