Cisco offers lowest latency networking for data centres

Cisco Systems Canada announced the Nexus 3548 with Algorithm Boost (or Algo Boost) technology.

Cisco is labelling the Algo Boost a networking innovation that delivers up to 60 per cent network-access performance improvement over competing full-featured 10GB Ethernet switches.

The new technology is designed for use in high performance computing, high performance trading, and big data environments. The new switch offers network-access performance as low as 190 nanoseconds, which the San Jose, Calif-based networking vendor says is a huge performance improvement enabled by Algo Boost.

With patents pending, the Cisco Nexus 3548 switch gives financial traders interconnected global financial market data. This allows traders to proactively manage market volatility, granular real-time monitoring, and precision timing accuracy of trade events, and give trading participants greater control and visibility at peak opportunity times across the globe.

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