Perseus to speed up Chicago-Tokyo route

Connectivity firm to deliver round-trip latency below 120 milliseconds

Perseus is also able to deliver ultra-low latency trans-Pacific market data and direct market access services to various liquidity centres in Asia

Perseus, a global managed services and high-speed connectivity provider, is improving its network route between Chicago and Tokyo in order to offer the lowest latency connectivity that is available commercially between the two markets.

The route, which the firm calls ‘Pacific Express', is expected to have a round trip latency of less than 120 milliseconds between CME Aurora and At Tokyo data centres once completed.

The anticipated date of completion is next February. Perseus said this "strategic

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