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Samstag, 25. April 2009 link
Rick Bookstaber: "In terms of [trading] throughput and latency, the standard tricks are to get your servers as close to the data source as possible, use really big lines, and break data into little bite-sized packets. I was speaking at Reuters last week, and they mentioned to me that they were breaking their news flows into optimized sixty byte packets [..]"
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