Can We Eliminate Data Latency —or Just Strive to Tighten Up Differentials?

Terry Flanagan

Last week, we posted a blog link to a white paper on “SIP vs. Direct Feeds” that reflected on the history and role of the SIP as well as the Commission’s understanding of data latency skews. We are going to continue to address the role of the SIP now and in future blog posts. In this blog post we are going to speculate why, in the past, the Commission may have settled on a policy of “simultaneous transmission/release” of data from the exchange rather than synchronized data delivery to “end” users.

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