A Bit Faster
HF links are the equivalent of a very long-distance microwave segment – a wireless connection stretched between two antennas thousands of kilometers apart.
HF – High-Frequency radio band (also named Shortwave) can cross lands and oceans as it is reflected to earth by layers of the atmosphere.
Raft links connect major exchanges globally with the fastest data speeds available. Raft links are 100% wireless, carrying signals at the speed of light in air (which is 50% faster than the speed of light through fiber), and taking the shortest path between two points on the globe.
Redefining Low Latency Performance
|Transmit||Receive||Active Date||Raft Link Latency||Best Fiber|
|Chicago||Frankfurt||In Production||Sub 31 ms||36 ms|
|Chicago||London||In Production||Sub 29 ms||34 ms|
|Chicago||Shanghai||In Production||Sub 59 ms||69 ms|
|Chicago||Tokyo||In Production||Sub 49 ms||58 ms|
|New York||Tokyo||In Production||Sub 53 ms||62 ms|
|New York||London||New||Sub 25 ms||30 ms|
|London||New York||New||Sub 29 ms||30 ms|
|Tokyo||Chicago||New||Sub 50 ms||58 ms|
Completing The Markets Triangle US-EU-APAC
|London||Tokyo||Upcoming||Sub 53 ms||69 ms|