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And let's not forget that if you use that 3rd party provider, especially to connect to SIAC, you pay a premium to have someone to blame other than the actual data provider. > -----Original Message----- > From: owner-nanog@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-nanog@xxxxxxxxx] On > Behalf Of Michael.Dillon@xxxxxxxxxxx > Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 5:36 AM > To: nanog > Subject: Re: NYSE > > > > I would prefer not to use a third party provider because of the IP > > backbone. My experience has been witht eh third party providers is > > that there is not enough responsiveness (packet loss issues) to > > burstable traffic at market open and close. > > Unfortunately when the third party networks were designed > there was no > > forethought into the need for market data traffic or multicast. > > Hmmm... well I happen to work in Engineering at Radianz. > > I can assure that our network was designed for multicast so > that there are two resilient low latency paths for multicast > traffic throughout our network in spite of the tendency of IP > to have a single best path. And our basic design rules for > network capacity worldwide are to allow for the bursts that > happen at U.S. Market Open. > > The advice to go to a 3rd party provider who specializes in > the financial services industry is a good one because we and > our competitors tend to understand the special needs of > companies in that industry. If you want to discuss this > further with one of our technical sales support people, then > send me an email and I'll put you in touch. > > --Michael Dillon > > IMPORTANT: The information contained in this email and/or its attachments is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately by reply and immediately delete this message and all its attachments. Any review, use, reproduction, disclosure or dissemination of this message or any attachment by an unintended recipient is strictly prohibited. Neither this message nor any attachment is intended as or should be construed as an offer, solicitation or recommendation to buy or sell any security or other financial instrument. Neither the sender, his or her employer nor any of their respective affiliates makes any warranties as to the completeness or accuracy of any of the information contained herein or that this message or any of its attachments is free of viruses.