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    Quincy Data Creates the Competitive Edge in a Matter of Millisecondsread more...

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    Specialized Data Service Adds Slough LD4 Co-location Site to Growing Listread more...

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    Quincy Data Adds NASDAQ ETFs and Extends Latency Advantage on Carteret-Aurora route to 4.11 millisecondsQuincy Also Launches NJ Local Wireless Market Data ServiceQuincy Data, LLC (www.quincy-data.com) has added highly liquid ETFs to its industry-leading Quincy Extreme Data (“QED”) service. QED now delivers the most liquid equity ETFs sourced from NASDAQ’s Carteret, NJ data center to CME Group’s  data center located in Aurora, IL in only 4.11 milliseconds rack-to-rack, a latency believed to shatter another industry record.   ETF data is also available locally over Quincy’s NJ metro wireless service, currently connecting Carteret and Secaucus: with Weehawken and Mahwah forthcoming.“We are extremely pleased to add ‘westbound’ market data to our six month old ‘eastbound’ CME Group offering at what we believe is the lowest latency available,” says Stéphane Ty?, Quincy’s Co-Founder. “Highly liquid ETF data and microwave speed create a powerful tool for our clients to use in their hedging and trading strategies. Risk managers and traders know that fast, reliable market data is essential to their success.  Quincy strives to exceed expectations for data, speed, service and reliability.  With no installation charges, 3 month subscriptions, a small company discount, and an à la carte data offering, QED is a game-changer for firms with or without the means to acquire their own microwave channels.”“You cannot find excess latency in our data, or in our rollout!” remarks Jim Considine, Quincy’s Director of Business Development and Strategy. “We implemented full FPGA feed handlers and hot failover this quarter, while extending the QED service to Carteret, Cermak and Slough data centers.   The complete NJ rollout continues apace.  The addition of ETF market data is an important milestone in our mission to provide trading desks large and small with the best market data solution for latency sensitive trading and risk management.  Quincy’s robust infrastructure – with best-in-class elements at every step and an expanding set of data sources -- creates a compelling offering to financial firms where they need it most and on terms that will please the back office as much as the front office.”In addition to ETF data, Quincy provides CME, CBOT, NYMEX and COMEX data in CME Group’s Aurora data center and Cermak located in downtown Chicago; Secaucus NY4 and Carteret in NJ; and Slough in London. Quincy delivers the lowest known latencies for any commercial service, including those in production and known to be in development.  QED subscribers have enjoyed lowest known latency for CME, CBOT NYMEX and COMEX data in multiple NJ colocation centers since the service went live in December 2012.Additional information about the QED Service, including latencies and pricing, is available at www.quincy-data.com.About Quincy Data, LLCQuincy Data is a provider of extremely low latency market data services, powered by the McKay Brothers Microwave Network. The Quincy Extreme Data (QED) Service sources data from multiple US financial exchanges and offers an integrated and normalized feed in exchange colocation centers in the Chicago, New York and London metro areas.  Live since 2012, Quincy is dedicated to being the low latency market data provider of choice among electronic trading desks large and small. About McKay Brothers, LLCMcKay Brothers is a specialty microwave telecommunications company: dedicated to designing, engineering, building and operating best-in-class low latency networks between financial centers. McKay's long haul microwave solutions have been in production with live customer trading since mid- 2012: offering latencies far below best-in-class fiber optics and often the lowest known latency available.  Additional information is available at www.mckay-brothers.com. CONTACT: Quincy Data Media Relations, contact@quincy-data.com 

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    Quincy Data, LLC (http://www.quincy-data.com/) announced an expansion of its industry leading QED market data offering with the opening of a point of presence in the NJ2 data center in Weehawken, NJ, operated by Savvis, a Century Link Company. Firms co-located in NJ2 can now receive select futures data from CME Group’s data center in Aurora, IL in 4.14 milliseconds - another best in class offering from Quincy Data.read more...

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    Aurora-Slough LD4 in 35.39 ms and Aurora-Frankfurt in 37.79 ms: more UK colos to followOAKLAND, Calif., April 23, 2014 Quincy Data, LLC announced that its Quincy Extreme Data service is distributing Aurora-sourced data to London’s Slough-LD4 data center in 35.39 milliseconds (ms) and to Frankfurt’s FR2 data center in 37.79 ms.  Both routes offer the lowest known latency for any commercially available service and will receive substantial upgrades over the next several months to ensure that the QED service remains the fastest.“Quincy’s European expansion is our next phase in delivering a market data service that is fast, fair and flexible,” says co-founder Stephane Tyc. "At last, the lowest latency market data can be bought as a service, lowering barriers to entry and fostering competition." Quincy’s announcement includes plans for further expansion of its European service, adding more London POPs over the next two months.  Soon Quincy will distribute select data from Eurex to London, NJ and Illinois at what the company believes are lowest commercially available latencies.  Quincy Data currently distributes market data at the lowest known latency in the US, along the key route connecting Illinois and New Jersey and another connecting Aurora, IL with 350 E. Cermak in Chicago.“We are committed to supporting fair and robust markets by making the fastest data widely obtainable,” says Jim Considine, Quincy’s Chief Operating Officer. “On route after route, Quincy offers the deepest dataset, broadest footprint and fastest delivery. We are pleased to offer to clients more and more data in more and more trading centers around the world.”Quincy Data is the leading provider of extremely low latency market data and is accelerating its rollout of additional US and European exchange data.  For this European expansion, Quincy capitalizes on wireless bandwidth from an unaffiliated telecom provider.   The initial service bests all comers, and after the noted upgrades, will operate within 10µs of the provider’s best internal speed and likely the best end-to-end speed achieved by any combination of private and commercial routes.Market data delivered over microwave is moving rapidly beyond early adopters into the mainstream. The latency advantage of microwave over fiber is a physical constant, varying only by the length of the route. However, pure latency is not the most compelling driver. The primary motivation for adoption of microwave market data today is that risk management decision cycles are smaller than the fiber-to-microwave latency differential.“When risk management algorithms are faster than the few milliseconds' edge of microwave over fiber, our data service becomes an obvious choice. With fiber, you base your decisions on stale data,” says Tyc. “This very practical and powerful arithmetic is driving mainstream adoption of the Quincy Extreme Data service.”The momentum toward the mainstream has changed the competitive landscape of microwave market data. “Data consumers have shifted their focus from competing on speed to partnering on speed,” says Considine. “As an independent provider dedicated to a level playing field, Quincy aims to be the partner of choice.”All latency figures quoted are one-way.  * End * About Quincy Data, LLCQuincy Data is the leading microwave distributor of extremely low latency market data. Live since 2012, the Quincy Extreme Data service offers an integrated and normalized feed of select market data sourced from multiple financial exchanges in the US and Europe and offered in exchange colocation centers in Illinois, New Jersey, the UK and Frankfurt. Quincy is dedicated to leveling the playing field for extremely low latency market data and being the data provider of choice among electronic trading desks of all sizes. CONTACT: Quincy Data Media Relationscontact@quincy-data.com

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    Equity & Energy Futures sourced at 350 E. Cermak and Cash Treasuries sourced in Carteret at lowest known latenciesread more...

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    Geneva, Switzerland, 4 September 2014 The Quincy Extreme Data service now offers order book data on select Eurex bond and equity futures. The QED service distributes select Eurex futures in major trading centers in the UK, New Jersey and Illinois at the lowest known commercial latency. Eurex Order by Order is the first Europe-sourced data feed distributed by the QED service, which already includes eight US-based exchanges. “We’re pleased to include select Eurex benchmark futures order book data in the QED service,” says Francois Tyc, managing director of McKay Brothers International. “We aim to distance the QED service from the pack through expansive coverage, industry-leading speed and reliability and stellar customer service. Eurex, a leading exchange for derivatives in Europe, adds important breadth to our service.”The select Eurex Order by Order data is distributed by the QED service in Basildon in 2.195 ms and Slough-LD4 in 2.435 ms. The Eurex data is also distributed at US POPs, including Secaucus-NY4 in 33.62 ms, Aurora, IL in 37.70 ms and 350 E. Cermak in Chicago in 37.55 ms. All latencies are the lowest known for a commercial data service. Upgrades expected in the coming months will further reduce latency. Additional European exchange sources as well as more UK POPS will be added to the QED service before year-end.“Eurex Order by Order is the fourth new data feed added to the QED service recently,” notes Tyc. “We will continue to expand our global offering of key market data this year. Microwave is fast becoming a mainstream product.  We are leading the way by making more key market data available in more colos – globally – and by providing commercial terms that make the fastest market data widely obtainable.”Eurex Order by Order is distributed by the Quincy Extreme Data division of McKay Brothers International, SA and will also be offered by its US affiliate, Quincy Data, LLC.  Eurex market data is disseminated by its parent company Deutsche Börse via its ultra low latency data feed CEF.About McKay Brothers International, SA McKay Brothers International, SA is a distributor of extremely low latency microwave market data.  The Quincy Extreme Data service, offered by MBI and Quincy Data, LLC is an integrated and normalized feed of select market data sourced from multiple financial exchanges globally and is offered in exchange colocation centers around the world.About Quincy Data, LLCQuincy Data, LLC is the leading microwave distributor of extremely low latency market data. Live since 2012, the Quincy Extreme Data service offers an integrated and normalized feed of select market data sourced from multiple financial exchanges and is offered in exchange colocation centers around the world at extremely low latencies. Quincy is dedicated to leveling the playing field for electronic markets participants of all sizes.read more...

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    June 2, 2015/ Oakland, CA / McKay Brothers and Quincy Data now offer the lowest known latency between key Illinois trading centers and the Secaucus-NY5 data center. One-way latency between Aurora and Secaucus-NY5 is 4.056 milliseconds. One-way latency between 350 E. Cermak and NY5 is 3.885 milliseconds. McKay offers the lowest known latency between Illinois and the eight major New Jersey trading centers.“Secaucus-NY5 is now a critical part of the US equity and options trading infrastructure,” says McKay Brothers co-founder Stephane Tyc.  “Traders value the extensive co-lo footprint we offer and we’re pleased to add microwave connectivity at NY5 to meet our subscribers’ needs.”The Quincy Extreme Data service distributes select Illinois-sourced futures data in Secaucus-NY5 at the lowest known latency. The QED service distributes select market data from ten exchange sources at major trading centers in Illinois, New Jersey, the UK and Frankfurt. All latencies for the QED service are published at www.quincy-data.com. About McKay Brothers, LLCMcKay Brothers is a private, independent specialty microwave telecommunications company dedicated to designing, engineering, building and operating best-in-class low latency networks connecting financial centers.  In production since 2012, McKay's microwave solutions between Illinois and New Jersey are the lowest known latency available and 40% faster than best-in-class fiber.  McKay also offers industry leading millimeter wave service between Aurora and 350 E. Cermak in Illinois and among major colocation centers in New Jersey.  McKay Brothers International, SA offers the lowest known latency microwave routes between the UK and Frankfurt as well as London Local millimeter wave routes. About Quincy Data, LLCQuincy Data is the leading microwave distributor of extremely low latency market data. Live since 2012, the Quincy Extreme Data service offers an integrated and normalized feed of select market data sourced from multiple financial exchanges in the US and Europe and is offered in exchange colocation centers in Illinois, New Jersey, the UK and Frankfurt. Quincy is dedicated to leveling the playing field for extreme low latency market data and being the data provider of choice among electronic trading desks of all sizes.

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    Select UK-sourced metals futures at the lowest known latencies September 8, 2017. London, UK & Geneva, Switzerland. McKay Brothers International has added select futures from the London Metal Exchange to its industry-leading Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service. QED now offers select LME instruments at the lowest known latency at Slough-LD4 and Basildon in the UK, as well as at Frankfurt-FR2, Marseille-MRS1 and Madrid- BME. The LME data distributed at those POPs are 3-month futures for Copper (CA), Aluminum High Grade (AH), Tin (SN), Zinc (ZS), Nickel (NI) and Lead (PB). Select LME futures are also available at QED POPs in New Jersey and Illinois. Latencies and prices are available at http://www.quincy-data.com/ “The LME is an established leader in setting prices for the global metals markets,” says MBI Managing Director Francois Tyč. “We are pleased to offer LME data on QED - a simple, low latency service that enables traders to integrate key LME data into their decision-making processes.” MBI’s UK Local millimeter network connects the five leading London-area trading centers at the lowest known latencies. MBI’s microwave network connects the major UK trading hubs with those on the European continent, often at the lowest known latency. “The competition to take advantage of trading model predictions is broadening the use of microwave data across more asset classes, strategies and regions,” continued Tyč. “We expect LME metals data distributed via the QED service will attract interest from Chicago to Mumbai and major trading centers in between.” The QED service offers a la carte pricing, three-month contracts and free trials. In addition to LME, the QED service distributes market data from twelve exchanges at 18 QED POPS in Europe, the US and Asia. About McKay Brothers International, SA McKay Brothers International, SA is a proven provider of private wireless bandwidth and the leading distributor of extremely low latency microwave market data. The Quincy Extreme Data service is an integrated and normalized feed of select market data sourced from multiple financial exchanges globally and is offered in exchange colocation centers around the world. McKay Brothers International Media Relations: contact@mckay-brothers.com

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    Milan, Italy and Zurich, Switzerland. November 20, 2017. McKay Brothers International has added Milan and Zurich points of presence to its industry-leading Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service. The QED POPs in Milan and Zurich distribute a broad range of low latency futures contracts from the US and the UK. “To meet best execution standards, it is critical that market data be the most current available,” says Francois Tyc, Managing Director of McKay Brothers International. “We are pleased to provide subscribers more opportunities to use QED to inform their trading and as they work to meet their MiFID II obligations." QED now provides select Aurora, Illinois-sourced Equity Index, Treasury, FX, Metals and Energy Futures to Milan in less than 38.10 milliseconds (ms). QED has also added select three-month London Metal Exchange futures in Milan in less than 3.40 ms, the lowest known latency. The LME data is distributed in Zurich-ZH4 in less than 5.20 ms via a hybrid microwave/fiber network. McKay will roll out an all-microwave route to Zurich in early 2018, which the company expects will be the lowest latency available.   The QED service has points of presence at ten major European trading centers among its twenty global POPs and sources data from thirteen exchanges globally, the most of any low latency market data service. The company expects to increase the number of QED POPs in Europe and Asia and add new exchange sources in 2018.   Latencies and prices for the QED service are published at http://www.quincy-data.com/ *** END *** About McKay Brothers International SA McKay Brothers International SA is the leading provider of private wireless bandwidth and the leading distributor of extremely low latency microwave market data.  The Quincy Extreme Data service is an integrated and normalized feed of select market data sourced from and provided in key trading colocation centers around the world. MBI Media Relations: contact@mckay-brothers.com About Quincy Data Quincy Data, LLC, is the leading microwave distributor of extremely low latency market data. The Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service, live since 2012, offers an integrated and normalized feed of select financial market data. Sourced from multiple exchanges in the US, Europe and Asia, the QED service is offered in exchange colocation centers in Illinois, New Jersey, the UK, Germany, Spain, France, Japan and Singapore. Quincy is dedicated to leveling the playing field for extreme low latency market data.   For more information visit: https://www.quincy-data.com/ Follow us on Twitter

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    Recognized for delivering the most wireless data at the lowest known latency Oakland, California. 24 May 2018 – Quincy Data, the industry-leading distributor of extremely low latency market data, delivered across the McKay Brothers’ microwave networks, was awarded “Best Low Latency Data/Technology Partner” at the 2018 Inside Market Data/Inside Reference Data Awards ceremony last night in New York. Hosted by Inside Market Data and Inside Reference Data, these awards recognize industry excellence within market data, reference data and enterprise data management.  The Quincy Extreme Data service is a normalized market data feed, sourced from major financial exchanges in North America, Europe and Asia. Quincy’s service is delivered across McKay’s networks to key trading colocation centers at latencies unmatched by any commercial competitor.  Max Bowie, editor of Inside Market Data, said, “Quincy Extreme Data service was judged Best Low Latency Data/Technology Partner ahead of a high-quality field of nominated data and technology vendors.” Adding “The judges almost unanimously picked Quincy based on its market-leading latency, the service’s ease of use, and global breadth of data. At Inside Market Data, we’ve covered Quincy Data since its inception and have watched it grow and invest in its services over time. This award is well-deserved and recognizes Quincy’s hard work at the cutting edge of ultra-low latency market data distribution.” Stéphane Tyč, co-founder of Quincy Data, commented, “We are honoured to be recognized by Inside Market Data. We are committed to the mission of strengthening markets by offering the best trading tools to any firm.” Adding, “We are dedicated to delivering low latency market data to our subscribers – across asset classes and across the globe - by focusing consistently on technical excellence and innovation.”