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Company Overview of DLT Solutions, Inc.

Company Overview

DLT Solutions, Inc. develops information technology solutions for commercial, education, federal, healthcare, state and local, and utilities markets, as well as authorized prime contractors. It offers cloud computing, data management, cyber security, data center consolidation, sales, integration, support, service delivery, service center, design, implement, training, digital design, geospatial, training and certification, virtualization, and information technology management services. The company also provides cloud-hosted private email archiving solutions for government agencies and public sector organizations. It has a strategic alliance with Intel Security. DLT Solutions, Inc. was founded...

13861 Sunrise Valley Drive

Suite 400

Herndon, VA 20171

United States

Founded in 1991





Key Executives for DLT Solutions, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Age: 51
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Risk Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer
Vice President of Contracts and General Counsel
Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Performance Management and Emerging Technologies Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

DLT Solutions, Inc. Key Developments

Intel Security and DLT Solutions Announce Strategic Alliance

Intel Security and DLT Solutions announced a strategic alliance focused on helping agencies address ever-increasing cybersecurity challenges. As part of the new program, Intel Security and DLT will develop a new cyber lab housed within the DLT Innovation Center which will serve as a physical and virtual showcase for security innovation.

DLT Solutions Approves as Amazon Web Services Managed Service Provider

DLT Solutions reported that the company is now an approved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Managed Service Provider (MSP). Through the agreement, DLT will provide public sector customers with technical and business support for AWS Cloud Services. To attain this certification, DLT underwent a third-party audit evaluation of the company's ability to deliver value to customers through the complete cloud infrastructure and application migration lifecycles.

DLT Solutions Announces Executive Appointments

DLT Solutions (DLT) announced a series of executive appointments in engineering, sales, and marketing to better support the government's increasing demand for cybersecurity, cloud, big data, and DevOps solutions. DLT executive appointments include: David Blankenhorn promoted to Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In the role of CTO, Blankenhorn is responsible for helping shape and develop the strategy behind DLT's technology portfolio. With more than 25 years in the technology industry, David has broad technical knowledge earned through extensive IT experience, coupled with in-depth government cloud computing expertise. Prior to joining DLT, David spent more than a decade at Sun Microsystems where he was a Principal Engineer, Chief Technologist and Global Manager in the Professional Services and Advanced Services divisions. Kristin Oelke joined DLT as Vice President, Marketing. In this role, she leads the company's marketing function responsible for branding and demand generation. Oelke is focused on strengthening DLT leadership in federal, state and local government, and extending the company's reach into the education, healthcare and utilities segments. Oelke joined DLT with more than 20 years technology marketing experience in both the computing and telecom industries, having held leadership roles with Sun Microsystems and Ericsson. Gary Danoff joined DLT in the newly created role of Senior Vice President, Cloud Division. Danoff is responsible for the company's strategy and execution focused on helping customer's take advantage of the power, flexibility, security, and cost-effectiveness of leveraging the public cloud. Danoff has 30 years of industry experience including leadership roles at Microsoft, SAP/Business Objects, NetApp and Nortel Networks. Kim Boarts was promoted to DLT Vice President, Enterprise Applications Division. In this role, Boarts is responsible for DLT's expansive Oracle practice including Oracle's entire hardware and software product portfolio, as well as driving cloud adoption and sales of value-added services. Boarts has 20 years IT experience including sales leadership roles at Affigent and Oracle. Jim Propps was named DLT Vice President, Enterprise Platforms and Enterprise Data Management Divisions. In this role, he is responsible for optimizing customer's data centers and providing open source solutions through partnerships with Red Hat, Veritas and Symantec. Jim has been with DLT for six years, most recently serving as Director, Enterprise Platforms.

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