Low-latency FPGA provider NanoSpeed has appointed Michael Villain as global head of business development.
Villain, who started his new role in November, joined NanoSpeed from low-latency trading solutions provider GATElab, where he was sales director. Prior to that, he served as vice president for business development for the EMEA region at Chi-X Global Technology, and held senior positions at MATIF, Reuters and Nyfix.
At NanoSpeed, Villain reports to chief technology officer Sanjay Shah, and focuses on developing the vendor's business among potential clients of its FPGAs for data, risk checks and trading.
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