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CloudByte Expands R&D Center in India with Increased Momentum
CloudByte, the first company to guarantee quality of service (QoS) to every application from a shared storage platform, announced today the opening of its new R&D office in India and the opening ceremony that will take place on Monday, Aug 12, 2013. CloudByte has doubled its engineering team to 50 people in the past 12 months, with accelerated momentum across customer and partner successes, rave product reviews, international award wins and a recent series B funding round.

The opening ceremony will be attended by Ravi Gururaj, chairman of the NASSCOM product council, and Shubha Ramnath, director of IT Services, Citrix. The ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. on August 12, 2013, in CloudByte’s new 6,000 square-foot office located at Plot No. 2799 & 2800, Srinidhi Bldg, 3rd Floor, 27th Main Road, Sector 1, Bangalore, India.

“I’ve been watching CloudByte right from its inception in 2011 and I am pleased to see the founders build an innovative technology company, which is at the forefront of the software-defined storage revolution,” said Ravi Gururaj, chairman of the NASSCOM product council. “CloudByte joins the leagues of other high-tech product companies started in India, which are now competing with global industry leaders, and I can tell you that we’re just getting started.”

“By enabling service providers and enterprises to move more applications to the cloud and shared storage environments, CloudByte’s storage QoS product has been gaining tremendous traction in 2013. We believe it’s the right time to expand our engineering team, with the new office offering higher seating capacity and bigger lab environments,” said Srivibhavan Balaram, founder & COO, Asia Pacific, Japan and Europe. “We welcome our new employees and are looking forward to hiring more technology rockstars to be part of our exciting journey.”

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Published Monday, August 12, 2013 7:17 AM by David Marshall
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