PROVIDENCE – GreenBytes Inc., a developer of virtual desktop and cloud-scale IO-offload and data deduplication solutions, has created an industry advisory board to provide guidance and recommendations to the company as it “continues to innovate and develop industry-leading solutions for desktop virtualization.”
The inaugural members of the board include:
Randall Chalfant, adviser, IABPro; former CTO, Sun Microsystems.
Edward L. Haletky, president, CEO and principal consultant, AstroArch. Consulting; Founder and Managing Director, The Virtualization Practice LLC.
Bruce Kornfeld, advisor, IABPro; former Dell and Compellent executive.
Mike Miracle, senior vice president of marketing and strategy, BlackRidge Technology. former chief marketing officer and senior vice president.
Ben Woo, founder and managing director, Neuralytix; former program vice president of IDC’s Worldwide Storage Systems Research.
“We are extremely fortunate to have such an accomplished and highly experienced group of industry veterans available for ongoing counsel and inspiration as GreenBytes moves forward with our global sales, marketing and business development efforts,” Stephen O’Donnell, chairman and CEO of GreenBytes said in prepared remarks.
Miracle, who is slated to chair the inaugural board, called GreenBytes’ technology a “true breakthrough in its ability to easily remove the storage performance, cost and scalability limits to the widespread of adoption of desktop virtualization as a service.”
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