Understanding Trading Latencies

Regardless of how fast a transaction occurs, there will always be some delay due to the number and types of devices between the parties.

The time required to send data over long distances and through networking devices like routers and switches leads to delays in data centers, wide areas, and metro networks alike.

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High Frequency Trading Solutions | Market Microstructure Researcher | Fintech CTO | CEO & Funder SiS Software Factory

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