GAITHERSBURG, Md., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — MaxCyte, Inc., a global cell-based therapies and life sciences company, announces today a senior leadership promotion and appointments for two key vice president roles.
Brad Calvin has been promoted to Chief Commercial Officer. In his previous role as MaxCyte Executive Vice President, Global Commercial Operations, Mr. Calvin was responsible for leading the Company’s sales, marketing and business development functions to define product strategy, deliver new products and drive growth of its drug discovery and cell therapy businesses. In addition, Sarah Haecker Meeks, PhD, has joined the Company as Vice President, Business Development, and Steve Nardi has joined as Vice President, Manufacturing and Engineering Operations.
MaxCyte’s President & CEO Doug Doerfler, said: “Brad’s promotion is well-earned and important for MaxCyte’s future growth. Since joining MaxCyte in 2017, he has forged pivotal relationships with leading cell therapy and gene editing companies, leading
Company to reinforce its emphasis on scale to help enterprises with digital transformation
Brillio, a leading digital technology consulting and solutions company, today announced it will be emphasizing its inorganic growth strategy heading into 2021, further underscoring its commitment to becoming the leading digital technology service provider in the world. The announcement comes just a few months after the acquisition of Cognetik, a data analytics services provider based in the U.S. and Romania.
Helping to enable Brillio’s strategy is its partnership with one of the world’s leading multi-asset investment firms, Bain Capital Private Equity (Bain Capital), which announced a majority stake ownership in Brillio in January 2019. Bain Capital has a long track record of partnering with management teams of technology and digital services companies to accelerate growth.
To lead the execution of its inorganic growth strategy, Brillio announced the appointment of Shiv Pathak as Global Head of Corporate Development.
Industry luminaries join DZS as company builds 5G and Fiber Access momentum
PLANO, Texas, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DZS (NASDAQ: DZSI), a global provider of fixed and mobile packet, optical transport and connected premises solutions to service providers and enterprises, today announced several new appointments to its executive leadership, technology and operations team. The new leaders bring cutting-edge technology and best practice expertise that will continue to fuel DZS’ growth in the rapidly evolving 5G and Fiber Access Markets.
“Since joining the DZS team in early August, we have been strategically and systematically assembling an experienced leadership team that is poised to take DZS to a whole new level,” said Charlie Vogt, President and CEO of DZS. “The acceleration of 5G, fiber deep, smart homes, connected building/city solutions and software defined roadmaps are redefining the possibilities of tomorrow. Every company’s success is amplified by their people
High-Performance NVMe SSDs with an Ethernet Interface Enable Cost Reduced, Simplified All-Flash Arrays
Direct-attached performance from network-attached devices is no longer a thing of storage architects’ dreams. KIOXIA America, Inc. (formerly Toshiba Memory America, Inc.), is now sampling Ethernet SSDs to select partners and customers interested in validating the benefits of Ethernet attached storage to their existing Ethernet (RoCEv2) networks. KIOXIA has been working in collaboration with key industry players Marvell, Foxconn-Ingrasys and Accton to bring groundbreaking Ethernet Bunch of Flash (EBOF) technology solutions to market – and this announcement is pivotal to that endeavor.
In an ongoing quest to contain explosive amounts of data, storage capacity and bandwidth must continue to grow while processing time must decrease. An EBOF system addresses these challenges through an Ethernet fabric that can scale flash and optimally disaggregate storage from compute. The EBOF storage solution bypasses the cost, complexity, and system limitations inherent