RampRate Survey: Low Latency Scenarios
RampRate is conducting a study of how broker dealers are connecting to their customers and peers, especially in low latency scenarios. If you choose to participate in our 5-10 minute survey, you will receive an aggregate of our results and a no-charge review of your current co-location or hosting contracts in this area
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Where do you currently run low latency trading operations (select all that apply)?
What hosting services do you use in these locations?
What kind of connectivity do you use to reach your customers / partners?
For New York, approximately what % of low latency operations do you run in each of the following?
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NYSE – Mahwah
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Nasdaq - Carteret
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Equinix – NY4
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Equinix – NY5
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Equinix – Other
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Centurylink/Savvis Weehawken
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CoreSite Secaucus
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In-house data centers
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Other (please specify)
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How has that changed in the last 5 years?
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For New York, what is the average price per peak kilowatt (or KVA) you’re paying for colocation (including space and power)?
If hosting in multiple locations around NY, how do these fees vary by location?
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For London, what facilities are you using to run low latency trading (select all that apply)?
9. How has that changed over the last 5 years?
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For London, what is the average price per peak kilowatt (or KVA) you’re paying for colocation (including space and power)?
If hosting in multiple locations around London, how do these fees this vary by location?
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What is the average price per fiber cross-connect you’re paying in these low latency hubs (in USD)?
How have the costs for low latency co-location and cross-connects changed in the last 2 years?
What has been driving the change in costs over time?
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What new technologies are you exploring to improve efficiency / reduce cost of low latency trading?
How satisfied are you with your outsourced providers for low latency co-location on a scale from 1-10 where 1 is awful and 10 is perfect?
What is driving satisfaction right now (if that's the case) and/or what is driving dissatisfaction? Are there changes you foresee making as a result?
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What are specific areas that are driving dissatisfaction (check all that apply)
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