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BSO ups London-Tokyo-New York FX Circuit speeds

Monday 27 June 2016 | 08:44 CET | News
Global Ethernet network BSO has introduced its 'BSO-FX Ultra Low' product designed to upgrade the existing BSO London – Tokyo – New York FX circuit to provide ultra low latency speeds to the FX community. According to BSO, latency from TY3 (Tokyo) to NY4 (New York) has been lowered from 148ms to 136ms, while the transatlantic latency from London to NYC has been lowered to 63.3ms. The current latency between London and Tokyo is 156ms.

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