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GreenBytes Appoints Storage Industry Luminary to Industry Advisory Board

GreenBytes, Inc., a developer of full-featured virtual desktop optimization solutions that uniquely support existing infrastructure, today announced that Barry Rudolph has joined its industry advisory board. Rudolph, a former IBM executive with more than 30 years of storage and networking leadership, will help guide GreenBytes as it grows and innovates in the desktop virtualization market.

"We are extremely pleased to have Barry join our advisory board. His extraordinary accomplishments at IBM, vast storage industry expertise, and deep understanding of how OEMs operate will be invaluable as GreenBytes continues to grow," said Steve O'Donnell, Chairman and CEO, GreenBytes. "We're particularly excited to have Barry's insights as we refine our business strategy and expand efforts around the OEM channel."

"GreenBytes is addressing critical storage-related desktop virtualization issues in ways that are truly unique, and that significantly impact the technology's cost, performance and adoption," said Rudolph. "I'm pleased to join GreenBytes' advisory board and share insights into how the company can help partners and enterprises realize even greater benefits from desktop virtualization."

Currently on the boards of Velocidata and Dot Hill Systems, Mr. Rudolph was with IBM for 32 years until his retirement in 2010. He held numerous senior-level positions with responsibilities in various functional roles including operations, product and market management, engineering, product development, test and assurance, program management, field support and direct manufacturing. Additionally, Mr. Rudolph held business general management roles with responsibility for all aspects of the P&L. Mr. Rudolph served as Vice President for a variety of IBM groups including Storage Strategy, Stack Integration, and Strategic Relationships, and as responsible business executive for the disk storage, tape and archive, and networking hardware businesses. 

Published Thursday, August 08, 2013 6:32 PM by David Marshall
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