Are you banking on low latency network promises?
16th September 2010
The use of algorithmic trading systems demands the fastest possible network connections, and many network equipment and service providers are making a lot of noise about their "low latency" solutions. But do their claims stack up? What about the performance compromises that low latency designs may bring? What else can be done in the optical domain to reduce transit times through the network?
OTT are launching a new training programme "Latency Issues in Optical Networking" to address all of the issues and provide the financial community with the knowledge needed to be able to make informed decisions about latency issues in optical networks.
This comprehensive three day course will ensure that delegates appreciate all aspects of latency and how the complexities of modern optical networking impact upon the latency of transmission systems. At the end of the course delegates will be able to put together an action plan to minimise latency in their optical networks.
The course is scheduled to run as a public course in the City of London on 14th - 16th December 2010. Book your place here now. The course may also be run as a closed company course to facilitate detailed discussion of specific projects and applications.
The course has been specially developed, and will be presented, by Richard Ednay, Technical Director of OTT, an internationally acclaimed expert on fibre optic systems. Richard has more than 25 years experience in fibre optics and his is Chairman of the British Standards Institute's Committee on fibre optic systems, as well as representing the UK on a variety of International Standards bodies.