Scott Kenik is a director at Anova Technologies.
Kenik started out at Anova as an account executive in July 2011. Before that, he was an account manager at JDSU. He began his career in 2004 as a process engineer at Rio Tinto Alcan.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering & Economics from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
MarketsWiki World of Opportunity Video
With today’s technology, trades can happen instantaneously, whether you’re trading across the country or internationally. But how exactly does this technology work? Scott Kenik of Anova Technologies breaks down the technology needed to perform trades in milliseconds. Kenik explains fiber optic and various radio frequency technologies, and compares the amount of data each is capable of sending back and forth. Different trading scenarios affect which technology to use, along with key factors such as capacity, latency and efficiency.
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