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Putting this chip into the switch used to build the two-tier interconnect network described above results in a latency of less than a microsecond, which, when added to an RDMA or ToE-supported NIC means a total latency of less than 10 microseconds.
stock exchange, today announced technology upgrades to its ultra-fast trading platform resulting in average latency of 395 microseconds, with 80% of orders executed within 400 microseconds.
The existing equity market trading solution, powered by MillenniumIT software has been updated in order to house the colocation capacity requirements and the whole market will now benefit with an enhanced matching engine speed of about 100 microseconds.
Credit Suisse claims that its clients on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange using AES Velocity are able to achieve one-way latency figures of 200 microseconds and 600 microseconds respectively.
Within high performance applications like market data delivery, every microsecond of latency matters," said Ralph Frankel, Solace's CTO.
15N / = 30:1 / (90% formamide) / = 18 microseconds (300 W Ampl.
The demonstrated simulator distributes a model over three Pentium III processors running RT-LAB under QNX--one executing the model at 50 microseconds sampling time and communicating through shared memory, with a second processor managing NI PXI-6713 analog output and NI6602 timer I/O boards in order to test the controller.
Testing resulted in an average latency of 31 microseconds and a 99.
Within microseconds after each collision, the antenna picked up multiple bursts of microwaves, the scientists say.
The NAND Flash enables page programming in 200 microseconds, random read access in 10 milliseconds, serial read access in 70 nanoseconds max within a page and small block erasure in just 2 milliseconds.
Software Upgrades Shave Additional 200+ Microseconds From Order Latency
3 Nature, the scientists estimate that they've produced about 50,000 atoms of antihydrogen, which last a few microseconds until they drift into the cylinder's walls and are destroyed, says CERN's Rolf Landua.