Infinio is a well-funded, emerging company and we believe that it’s important to build our company as carefully as our product. We’ve carefully selected key industry advisors whose knowledge and experience can further our mission of offering virtualization administrators and the users they support, an innovative, valuable solution and great customer experience at an affordable price.
Jay Kidd holds responsibility for overall technology direction, architecture, advanced development, technology evangelism and technology standards at NetApp, and is a member of the executive staff. Earlier, Kidd was a senior vice president in NetApp product operations with responsibility for engineering of NAS, SAN, data protection, and management products. He was previously chief marketing officer at NetApp and also ran the Emerging Products Group. Prior to joining NetApp, he was chief technology officer and vice president of Product Management at Brocade.
Randy Seidl is known for having a unique ability to scale emerging growth and Fortune 500 technology companies. Throughout his career, Seidl has served in a variety of roles including Chairman, CEO, SVP/GM, sales leader, product manager, marketing manager, entrepreneur, and board member for industry-leading organizations including Hewlett Packard, Sun Microsystems, Permabit, Advizex and EMC Corporation (where he was employee #33). In October 2013, he founded Revenue Acceleration, LLC to help technology company CEOs be better leaders, improve their culture, and accelerate revenue growth, by sharing his strategic and tactical go-to-market experience and relationships.
Darren Thomas’s depth of storage experience includes his recent position as general manager and vice president of Dell’s multi-billion dollar enterprise storage and networking divisions, where he oversaw five acquisitions, including EqualLogic and Compellent. Prior to Dell, he built Compaq’s storage business to a market leadership position. A strong supporter of industry standards, Thomas was instrumental in founding the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA).
Mike Tuchen was previously CEO of Rapid7, known for its downloadable software business model and rapid revenue growth selling to IT professionals. Earlier in his career he held progressively responsible positions at Sun Microsystems and Microsoft, and he is a sought-after advisor to companies including Paradigm4, ThousandEyes, and BitSight Technologies.