When: Tuesday, November 2nd – Thursday, November 4th, 2010
What: NTT America, a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, today announced that its product specialists will be present to discuss NTT America’s low latency routes available for transpacific data connections at the exhibit of NTT Communications in 26th Annual Futures & Options Expo 2010. The exhibit is located in South Hall, #277.
Who: NTT America offers off-the-shelf services between Chicago and Tokyo, and New York City and Tokyo, as well as industry leading service level agreements (SLAs), including some of the lowest transpacific latency available in the industry. These data routes, which have proven critical in the success of high-frequency trading (HFT) and algorithmic trading for the financial markets, are now available through NTT America via NTT Communications’ acquisition of Pacific Crossing and the PC-1 transpacific cable system.
Why: With more than 5,000 attendees from 30 countries, this year’s conference will explore some of the key trends, issues and technologies that will drive the financial community’s prosperity for the next year.
Of critical importance to attendees this year, and the topic of several of the conference breakout sessions is high frequency trading (HFT). Lower latency routes offer financial firms competitive access to a highly competitive market of trading systems, and NTT America is uniquely positioned to offer the financial community access to low latency transpacific routes that will enhance HFT between Chicago and Tokyo, as well as New York City and Tokyo.
Alternative trading systems for commodities, stocks and other derivatives were approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 1998. HFT is an alternative trading system that elevates electronic trading to the next level in terms of both speed and frequency. HFT requires many large, high speed computers, which are collocated often in close proximity to major exchanges, that are capable of transmitting millions of orders per second, making every millisecond (1/1000th of second), absolutely critical to the profitability of the trades and the firms.
Where: The Hilton Chicago, located at 720 South Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.
Event Information: http://www.futuresindustry.org/expo-2010.asp
Additional information regarding NTT America’s low latency network offerings can be found online: http://www.us.ntt.com/en/products-services/managed-private-networks/private-line/resources.html
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