14 February 2016

Enyx unveils ultra-low latency microwave service

17 June 2013  |  996 views  |  0 Source: Enyx

Enyx together with Custom Connect Microwave (CCMW) have delivered an innovative technology service enabling a low latency microwave link to be shared equally amongst multiple users.

The appliance is able to divide the microwave pure layer 1 bandwidth into segments of 10 Mbps with the lowest possible latency.

Microwave technology is leading the way in providing ultra-low latency connectivity, with performance improvements of over 40% compared to fiber connectivity. This latest service has been deployed by Custom Connect between Basildon and Frankfurt for the technological high-demanding financial community.

The Enyx appliance has been specifically designed to deliver fair bandwidth management (FBM) ensuring each user is provided at all times with their guaranteed bandwidth. The appliance employs a unique traffic policing system to ensure that no user data can impact any other user.

"Our connectivity infrastructure solutions ensure reliability, creativity, cost effectiveness and carrier neutrality." says Olav van Doorn, Executive Director, Custom Connect. "Enyx has provided us with a robust solution that delivers fair bandwidth management guaranteeing our clients a level playing field. The traffic is simply policed ensuring all users deliver their data in a uniform way. As a result the system works with virtually no overhead!" This leads the way to enable microwave solutions to be used in a completely new and differentiated way."

Arnaud Derasse, CEO of Enyx said "We are delighted to have designed and delivered an high-end ultra low latency solution for CCMW, fully tailored to their specific needs. Enyx and CCMW designed this service together with the input of one of the CCMW's first customers." 

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