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Teradici Appoints New Vice President of Business Development

Teradici, the developer of the innovative PC-over-IP (PCoIP) protocol that enables a true PC experience for desktop virtualization, today announced that Bob Johnson has joined the organization's leadership team as vice president of business development. A well-known technology executive, Johnson will be based in Silicon Valley and will be responsible for managing and establishing strategic partnerships with leading organizations in the workstation, virtual desktop and application publishing markets.   

“Bob has a proven track record in driving rapid growth through effective partnerships and go-to-market programs,” said Dan Cordingley, president and CEO, Teradici Corporation. “With his skill and experience, we are confident that Bob will be a strong addition to Teradici’s management team and will help Teradici expand the global market for PCoIP-based solutions.”

Johnson comes to Teradici with an impressive 25-year career in sales and business development that spans both emerging startups and public corporations. Most recently at IBM he led business development, strategic alliances and IP licensing efforts in the areas of virtualization, cloud storage/NAS, semiconductors, server/appliances and materials technology. Prior to IBM, Johnson was vice president of business development for Transitive, a leader in cross platform virtualization that was acquired by IBM. He has also held senior sales and business development roles at Cadence Design Systems and Hewlett Packard.

“Teradici has forged a number of key strategic partnerships to accelerate the adoption of PCoIP solutions in VDI and high-performance workstation markets,” said Johnson. “I look forward to working with the Teradici team and using my expertise to expand the ecosystem of PCoIP partners around the world.”

Published Tuesday, November 29, 2011 6:06 PM by David Marshall
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