Dave Ferretti VP WW Sales, Skyera
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on Wed, July 4th, 2012
Previously at Zetta, StoredIQ, EVault
With more than 25 years of sales and business development experience in enterprise and cloud service provider markets, he will be responsible for expanding Skyera's worldwide direct, channel and OEM sales.
"Skyera is developing enterprise solid-state storage systems that uniquely combine density capacity, performance, form-factor and price never before seen in the storage array business," said Radoslav Danilak, CEO and co-founder of Skyera. "Dave's expertise and exceptional track record in developing and scaling sales for emerging markets will enable us to aggressively expand into the widest range of industries and use cases."
Ferretti's career spans multiple storage-intensive markets including public/private cloud services, eDiscovery, Governance Risk Compliance (GRC), data protection, archive and content management.
Prior to joining Skyera, Ferretti was VP of worldwide sales for Zetta, one of the first cloud storage service providers. Previously, he was VP worldwide sales for StoredIQ, initiating and growing the company's storage appliance sales into eDiscovery, Governance Risk Compliance (GRC) and data management markets. As VP of channel sales for EVault, an early SaaS data protection provider, he developed and grew the reseller channel business, contributing to an acquisition by Seagate. He also led worldwide sales for Xerox's enterprise software division, growing the customer base to more than 6,000 accounts.
"Skyera has proven thought leadership in solid state storage with many game-changing innovations," said Ferretti. "I am excited to be part of the team that will capitalize on the growing global demand for fast, scalable storage solutions with the lowest total cost of ownership."
Ferretti holds a BS in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems from the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder.
News Options >
Erreur de traitement dans la base de données !
Description de l'erreur : UPDATE command denied to user 'storagencms'@'10.0.124.48' for table 'articles'.