MemVerge Appoints First VP of Product as Company Enters Next Stage of Growth
Industry Veteran to Lead Memory-Converged Infrastructure Company’s Go to Market
MILPITAS, Calif., Jan. 29, 2020 – MemVerge, the inventor of Memory-Converged Infrastructure (MCI), today announced that Hiren Chandiramani has joined the company as its first vice president of product. Chandiramani brings over two decades of experience in product management. At MemVerge, Chandiramani will help guide the company’s product roadmap as it prepares its flagship technology for general availability this year.
“It was clear to me from the start that MemVerge’s technology is leveraging storage class memory in a way that will disrupt the market and lead the industry to look at storage and memory through an entirely new lens,” said Chandiramani. “This type of technology is exciting to me – it’s outside of the box and addresses data pain points in a way that no other company is doing right now. I’m thrilled to join a team led by founders who have had experience building successful breakout companies, creating innovative products and getting those products seeded in the market.”
Prior to joining MemVerge, Chandiramani served as vice president of product management at SwiftStack, a software-driven data storage and management platform, for close to four years. He spearheaded SwiftStack’s transition from an on-premise object store into a hybrid cloud data management platform which was key to growing the company’s year-over-year revenue and expanding its customer base. Prior to SwiftStack, Chandiramani spent five years at Cisco where he built a product management team in India from the ground up. Chandiramani was responsible for launching Cisco’s 800M Series Integrated Services Router in India and later expanded into South America and other markets. His experience also spans roles at companies including VMware, NetApp and Brocade.
“Hiren’s strong experiences and ability to lead a product organization, successfully develop product strategy and grow product revenue will make him an invaluable part of our team,” said Charles Fan, CEO and co-founder of MemVerge. “Hiren’s expertise will help us advance our technology to solve the data challenges of today and tomorrow for our customers.”
MemVerge, the inventor of Memory-Converged Infrastructure (MCI), eliminates all boundaries between memory and storage to power the world’s most demanding data-centric workloads. Built on the latest Storage Class Memory (SCM) technology, MemVerge MCI provides a software virtualization layer that seamlessly integrates with existing applications and offers 10X the memory size and 10X the data I/O speed compared to current state-of-the-art computing and storage solutions. Its unique distributed memory objects (DMO) technology empowers data-intensive and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads such as AI, big data analytics, IoT and data warehousing to run flawlessly at memory speed with guaranteed data consistency across multiple systems. MemVerge is the only solution offering a petabyte-scale data infrastructure and nanosecond speed response time, enabling businesses to process and derive insights from enormous amounts of data in real time, while handling small and large files with equal ease. In this era of machine-generated data, enterprises using MemVerge no longer contend with failed or painfully slow jobs due to performance bottlenecks, system crashes or worn out flash drives—they can now train AI models faster, analyze bigger states, complete more queries in less time and run complex workloads more predictably with fewer resources. Based in San Jose, MemVerge is used by leading financial services, retail, web and cloud companies as well as other leading innovators globally including LinkedIn, Tencent Cloud and JD.com.
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