Media Timeline

May 8, 2019

Trading Show Chicago 2019

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.    
May 7, 2019

McKay Brothers & Quincy Data Deliver Lowest Latency Between the Largest US Stock Exchanges

McKay Brothers & Quincy Data Deliver Lowest Latency Between the Largest US Stock Exchanges QRD service offers lowest latency exchange market data; QPD service is faster, cheaper and more reliable than incumbent services May 7, 2019 / Oakland, CA – McKay Brothers and Quincy Data today announced that they have connected the largest US equity exchanges at the lowest latency. The new services link equity exchanges in Mahwah, Carteret and Secaucus – the New Jersey […]
April 24, 2019

McKay Brothers to connect DGCX with its ultra-low latency network

GENEVA – April 24, 2019 – McKay Brothers International (MBI), a leading provider of microwave-based private bandwidth and market data services, announced today that it has connected the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) to its European and US ultra-low latency network. McKay’s new routes will further lower the latency between DGCX and major European and US trading hubs, thus improving the ability of McKay Brothers’ clients to not only access the DGCX, but also […]
February 12, 2019

McKay Brothers & Quincy Data named one of The Most Influential Fintechs of 2019

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September 27, 2018

Trading Show New York 2018

Stephane Tyc presented an updated version of, “Private vs Public Feeds The Role Of Transport” at The Trading Show New York September 26th, 2018. The slides from his presentation are available here.   The video from the presentation will be available in the next few weeks. If you would like to be notified when the video is available contact us at Contact@McKay-Brothers.com.
July 19, 2018

McKay Brothers Reduces Latency on UK Metals Data

McKay Brothers Reduces Latency on UK Metals Data July 17, 2018 / Paris and Geneva / McKay Brothers International (MBI) announced that it has reduced latency on the select London Metal Exchange (LME) data it redistributes via the wireless Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service. The reduction reflects MBI’s adoption of the new LMEsource multicast feed and the deployment of FPGA feed handlers. The median improvement from these changes is 400 microseconds, and is expected to be considerably […]
May 23, 2018

Quincy Data named Best Low Latency Data / Technology Partner

Quincy Data named Best Low Latency Data / Technology Partner Recognized for delivering the most wireless data at the lowest known latency Oakland, California. 24 May 2018 – Quincy Data, the industry-leading distributor of extremely low latency market data, delivered across the McKay Brothers’ microwave networks, was awarded “Best Low Latency Data/Technology Partner” at the 2018 Inside Market Data/Inside Reference Data Awards ceremony last night in New York. Hosted by Inside Market Data and Inside Reference Data, these awards […]
May 9, 2018

Trading Show Chicago May 2018

Stephane Tyc presented, “Private vs Public Feeds The Role Of Transport” at The Trading Show Chicago May 9-10, 2018. The slides from his presentation are available here.  
March 6, 2018

McKay Brothers Receives Minority Investment from Jane Street Group

6 March, 2018 – OAKLAND, CA, GENEVA & PARIS — McKay Brothers, a market leader in low latency networks, today announces a minority investment from Jane Street Group, LLC that will support the continued growth of McKay’s successful private bandwidth and market data businesses.   Jane Street Group joins IMC, Tower Research Capital, Susquehanna International Group and XR Trading as minority investors in McKay. The companies’ founders continue to hold the controlling majority of McKay’s […]
November 30, 2017

Trading Infrastructure – The Trend Towards Outsourcing

Trading Infrastructure – The Trend Toward Outsourcing 29 November 2017: When it comes to technology solutions for trading infrastructure, the build-versus-buy debate is one that never seems to go away. In the past, it was fairly common practice for banks and electronic trading firms to want to build and to run everything themselves. But more recently, there seems to be a definite trend away from that philosophy and toward buying, or even outsourcing, critical infrastructure. […]