McKay Brothers – Third Comment Letter (2020.08.28) Re:Notice of Filing of Partial Amendment No.1 to Proposed Rule Change to Establish a Wireless Fee Schedule Setting Forth Available Wireless Bandwidth Connections and Associated Fees (File Nos. SR-NYSE-2020-05, SR-NYSEAMER-2020-05, SR-NYSEArca-2020-08, SR-NYSECHX-2020-02, SR-NYSENAT-2020-03); and Notice of Filing of Partial Amendment No. 1 to Proposed Rule Change to Amend the Schedule of Wireless Connectivity Fees and Charges to Add Wireless Connectivity Services (SR-NYSE-2020-11, SR-NYSEAMER-2020-10, SR-NYSEArca-2020-15, SR-NYSECHX-2020-05, SR-NYSENAT-2020-08)
Stephane Tyc presented, “Global Perspective on Low Latency” at The Trading Show Chicago May 8-9, 2019. The video from the presentation is available here. If you would like to download the slide separately they are available here.
In this article, Mike O’Hara and Adam Cox of The Realization Group look at the trend of financial firms – on both the sell side and the buy side – outsourcing their trading infrastructure to specialist providers at co-located data centres. The prospect of outsourcing such a vital part of a trading firm’s operations has enormous implications, from cost to performance to business models. Mike and Adam hear from Stéphane Tyč, Co-founder of McKay Brothers, Ken Barnes, […]
February 16, 2017 / Tokyo and Singapore / McKay Brothers International (MBI) is now distributing Osaka Securities Exchange market data on its Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service. Select OSE futures are distributed at the SGX data center in Singapore in less than 31.5 milliseconds one-way, the lowest known latency. Private bandwidth at the lowest known latency between the SGX and @Tokyo (CC2) data centers is also available from MBI. “The QED service levels the playing […]