TOKYO, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- McKay Brothers International (MBI) is now live with its first Asia route, offering private bandwidth at the lowest known latency between Tokyo and Singapore. The route between the @ Tokyo (CC2) and SGX data centers delivers data less than 63 milliseconds round trip. MBI will also offer Asia-sourced market data on its Quincy Extreme Data (QED) service utilizing its hybrid microwave and fiber path. "We are thrilled to offer Asia traders and risk managers a level playing field for the best latency between Tokyo and Singapore," says MBI managing director Francois Tyc. "We will expand with other Asia routes in the near future." Representatives of McKay Brothers will be attending the FIA Asia Derivatives conference in Singapore on December 6-8, 2016. Meeting requests can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org . McKay Brothers debuted its first US microwave route in 2012, offering the lowest known latency between Chicago and New Jersey. MBI opened its first European routes between London and Frankfurt in 2014, also at the lowest known latency. The QED market data service utilizes both those networks to distribute US and Europe-sourced market data. A hallmark of the company's services is that the best latency is offered to each subscriber. "Our commitment to an equal latency for all subscribers is a core principle of McKay," added Tyc. "We believe that markets are stronger and fairer when the best latency is available to all participants."