Presented by Pittsburgh Business Times, the Information Technology Award recognizes innovation in the development and commercialization of an information technology-based solution resulting in significant business impact.
"We are extremely honored to win the Carnegie Science Award for Innovation. Customers like the
Avere Systems and its innovative technology are a direct result of the vision and leadership of
"Ron has been building and leading successful companies that deliver breakthrough technologies for many years," said
"At Pittsburgh's Avere Systems Ron has built a world class team that is having global impact developing high performance memory solutions for cloud computing and other major data storage needs. Ron has always been a great collaborator, and Avere has forged strategic partnerships with some of the world's leaders in related industries to create one of
Awardees will be honored during a formal celebration at
About Avere Systems
Avere is radically changing the economics of data storage. Avere's solutions give companies - for the first time - the ability to put an end to the rising cost and complexity of data storage by allowing customers the freedom to store files anywhere in the cloud or on premises without sacrificing the performance, availability or security of their data. Based in
For more information, visit www.averesystems.com.
Avere Cloud NAS is Storage Reinvented.
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