Spread Networks Collaborates with Endace to Provide Real Time Measurements of Low Latency Wave Service
Ridgeland, MS and Chantilly, VA - November 22, 2010
- Spread Networks, LLC, a privately owned
telecommunications provider, today announced a relationship with
Endace, a world leader in high-speed network traffic capture, and
analysis, to provide microsecond-accurate latency measurements for
Spread Networks' low latency wave service, effective
Spread Networks low latency wave service offers one and ten gigabit waves connecting Chicago and New York, at a guaranteed round-trip latency of 15.75 milliseconds. To provide unparalleled latency transparency Spread Networks has joined forces with Endace, the leader in packet capture and timestamping. Spread Networks will display real-time measurements of its low latency wave service on its web site (www.spreadnetworks.com), using the latency monitoring capability provided by Endace.
"Spread Networks was built from the ground up to provide customers ultra low latency connectivity between America's two largest financial centers. We are fully committed to providing our customers the utmost in speed, diversity and reliability. By working closely with Endace we are providing an accurate and independent measurement of the latency across our wavelength service," said W. Brennan Carley, SVP Product Marketing, Spread Networks. "The latency reduction achieved through our network is a cornerstone of our service offering, which is why we have chosen to work with Endace's proven technology to ensure that the end to end accuracy of the latency measurement is better than one microsecond."
Kevin Formby, VP Business Development, Endace said "We're delighted to be collaborating with Spread Networks on this initiative. Latency information is a critical input into modern trading strategies and to this point, service providers have struggled to provide the accuracy that High Frequency Traders are demanding. With highly accurate packet capture and timestamping capabilities, our technology is uniquely placed to help support this kind of initiative."
Spread Networks inaugurated its private dark fiber network in August 2010, establishing the benchmark for ultra low latency connecting New York and Chicago. In October, Spread Networks announced its low latency wave service. Spread Networks low latency wave service is a fully managed and secure point to point Ethernet service designed for customers that value low latency connectivity between the nation's largest financial centers. In addition to electronic trading firms, this service is ideal for brokers, market data vendors, exchanges, electronic communication networks (ECN) and alternative trading systems (ATS) that value low latency. The network is monitored by a dedicated customer service team and backed by a competitive service level agreement.
About Spread Networks
Spread Networks, a privately own telecommunications provider, built a new fiber network from the ground up, connecting New York and Chicago to set a new standard for latency. Without the drag of traditional telecommunications offerings, Spread Networks provides its customers with a state-of-the-art diverse and secure fiber optic network to allow data to run as close as possible to the true speed of light through fiber. www.spreadnetworks.com
For organisations that rely on their data networks to do business, Endace provides high performance network security, traffic analysis, latency measurement and application acceleration solutions that capture, inspect and report on every single data packet.
Our product portfolio, based on proprietary DAG technology, includes multi-function, multi-application EndaceProbes™ and a comprehensive range of powerful management, measurement, alerting and analytics applications.
These products provide the broadest, most capable range of packet capture technology, for any interface, speed or packet type from 10 Mb/s up to 40 Gb/s. We enable our customers to be confident in their information security, regulatory compliance, service performance and traffic monitoring by giving them the *power to see all.*
Based in Auckland, New Zealand, Endace also has offices in the U.K. and the United States. Quoted on London's AIM, the stock code is LSE: EDA.