|By Business Wire||
|November 8, 2012 09:03 AM EST||
Sepaton, Inc., maker of the world's fastest backup and recovery solution, today announced the expansion of its Federal team to address the growing need for its world-class data protection systems in large government agencies. Under the direction of Marie C. O’Brien, vice president, federal sales operations, this team has grown in recent months to address the increased demand for efficient backup, deduplication, and replication for massive data volumes among customers in Federal defense, security, and governmental agencies.
“As the only company that can address the challenging data protection needs of Federal agencies with very large and growing back up environments, we see enormous growth potential in the Federal market,” said Ms. O’Brien. “Our unique ability to backup data 400 percent faster than EMC/Data Domain, our closest competitor, and to protect up to 20 PB of data in a single system, enables our customers to meet stringent backup windows while efficiently expanding to accommodate future data growth.”
Key recent appointments to Sepaton’s Federal team include:
James Webster, federal regional sales manager. Jim has a proven track record of highly successful business development in DOD, civilian and intelligence agencies. He is credited with working with numerous large government agencies to implement effective, cost-efficient IT solutions. He joins Sepaton from HP where he was sales team lead for a group focused on serving Federal civilian agencies. Previously, he held sales management roles with PCMallGov and Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle Corporation). Jim is based in the Washington, D.C. area.
Jay Messenger, director, federal alliances and channel. Jay joins Sepaton from Veeam Software where, as director of the Federal sales team, he was responsible for leading a team of field sales, inside sales and systems engineers that sell Veeam's software products to the US Federal Government. He has held senior sales management positions with Oracle Corporation, VMware and Sun Microsystems. Jay is working closely with Sepaton business partners to provide our Federal customers with world-class data protection products and services. Jay is based in Washington, D.C.
Randall Damon, solutions engineer. Randall is responsible for providing pre and post sales technical support for very large backup environments in the Federal market. Before coming to Sepaton, Randall served on technical sales teams for several large private-sector companies and DOD agencies, including Bank of America, Symantec, The World Bank and the United States Air Force. Randall is based in the Washington, D.C. area.
About Sepaton, Inc.
Sepaton delivers the world’s fastest enterprise backup and recovery solution. It is designed specifically for enterprise IT organizations that manage extremely large and growing volumes of data, that must be backed up within tight time windows - every time, guaranteed - and that require the fastest possible recovery in the event of a failure. Sepaton’s patented scale-out DeltaScale™ architecture enables high performance and modular expansion to enable centralized protection of massive data volumes. Sepaton is the safe choice for large enterprise data protection.
Sepaton is headquartered in Marlborough, MA, and has an international office in London. For additional information call 866-Sepaton or visit http://www.Sepaton.com.
Sepaton, S2100, DeltaRemote, and DeltaStor are registered trademarks and ContentAware, DBeXstream, and DeltaScale are trademarks of Sepaton, Inc. All other brand and product names are or may be trademarks of their respective owners.
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