• Corpus ID: 10492165

Pragmatic Network Latency Engineering Fundamental Facts and Analysis

  title={Pragmatic Network Latency Engineering Fundamental Facts and Analysis},
  author={R. Kay}
Low latency networks for distributed applications have become a competitive advantage for financial institutions with algorithmic trading platforms, where delay in trades impacts profits. The latency requirements for applications like high frequency trading, derivative pricing, and latency arbitrage are much stricter than for traditional web applications, such as VoIP and network gaming. While traditional applications can tolerate more than 100 milliseconds of one-way packet latency… 
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