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Company Overview of Scale Computing, Inc.
Scale Computing, Inc. develops scale-out clustered IT infrastructure products for small to medium-sized organizations based on intelligent clustered operating system technology. It provides hyperconverged architecture (HC3) that consists of HC3 hardware platform, a datacenter in a box that integrates storage, servers, and virtualization software into a scalable appliance based system that manages as a single server; and HyperCore Software, which is preloaded onto various HC3 nodes that continuously monitors various virtual machines, software, and hardware components to detect and automatically respond to common infrastructure events, maintain application availability, and simplify datacenter...
5225 Exploration Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for Scale Computing, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Scale Computing, Inc. Key Developments
Scale Computing Names Dave Hallmen as Chief Revenue Officer
Feb 1 16
Scale Computing announced the appointment of Dave Hallmen as its Chief Revenue Officer, who now oversees the worldwide sales and marketing functions. He reports directly to Jeff Ready, CEO and co-founder of Scale Computing. Hallmen has 30 years of experience as a corporate officer leading both private and public technology companies, principally in the storage, networking and business intelligence software sectors. Most recently, Hallmen served six years as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Evault.
Scale Computing Provides KIB Electronics the Hyperconverged Infrastructure
Jan 26 16
Scale Computing announced it has helped KIB Electronics revamp its infrastructure to avoid downtime and better serve its customers with the installation of a HC3 hyperconverged platform. Having previously developed an ad-hoc network with specialized equipment sourced from eBay, KIB Electronics decided to upgrade its IT environment after a large storm knocked out its production servers, which resulted in manufacturing and delivery delays. This event made the company realize that it needed to have a more reliable data center infrastructure in place to support its requirements for 24x7 uptime. After researching solutions that would help it avoid future downtime, it was decided that hyperconvergence would be the best way to go.
Scale Computing Expands Operations in Canada; Appoints Kevin Greenwood as Senior Director of Global Channel Sales
Nov 10 15
Scale Computing announced it has significantly expanded its operations in Canada to support increasing demand for its HC3 solutions from partners and customers. Scale Computing has an enthusiastic following among small-to-midsized users because of its simple, scalable, and affordable approach to hyperconvergence in varying IT infrastructures. With no virtualization software to license and no external storage to buy, the HC3 platform reduces out-of-pocket costs while providing reliable performance and capacity to keep business applications running. From this new hub in Toronto, including new sales and support staff, Scale Computing can nurture its growing channel relationships throughout the country.
Scale Computing has added Kevin Greenwood, Senior Director of Global Channel Sales and Christopher Angell as solutions engineer to deliver effective technical and product leadership for partners and prospective customers. Angell is a longtime IT consultant who was most recently group IT manager for Sudbury-based TESC Management, a large construction services company for global mining, energy, oil and gas industry clients. In this position for TESC Management's five separate 'companies within a company,' Angell gained firsthand knowledge of the HC3 platform when he installed a complete back-end infrastructure based on Scale Computing. Greenwood and Angell join a team that already includes Country Manager Scott Mann, who for nearly a decade has led efforts in Canada around business development and client management in the software, data security, virtualization, and cloud computing segments.
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