Hammerspace has announced the Global Data Environment that breaks down the boundaries of data access for users and applications anywhere in the world to create, process, store, and protect data on any existing data center or preferred cloud infrastructure.
Hammerspace has also brought on a team of experienced leaders from high-growth companies who have led successful company growth and customer engagement strategies as cloud adoption accelerated and workforces became increasingly distributed.
- Chris Bowen, SVP of Worldwide Sales – previous global sales leader for storage, data science and cloud gateways companies, including StorOne, Iguazio and Avere Systems
- Jim Choumas, VP of Channel Sales – previous channel leader with cloud and data management companies, including Fusion-io, Panzura, Igneous, Qumulo and NetApp
- Molly Presley, SVP of Marketing – previous marketing leader in SaaS, cloud software, and data-intensive file system companies, including Pantheon Platform, Qumulo, Quantum, DDN and Spectra Logic
Applications that require persistent data are weighed down by legacy storage systems and services. Hammerspace Universal Data Access and Orchestration layers make applications boundless by making their associated data available across all remote locations, ensuring locality for performance to both on-premises data centers and the public cloud.
People are increasingly working from all parts of the world. Organizations seek to grow their talent pools with access to team members no matter where they reside. The Hammerspace Global Data Environment automates and optimizes data movement and eliminates the need to replicate a full copy of the data at each site, enabling the enterprise to work more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Hammerspace is also introducing its new channel program, Partnerspace, which integrates tightly with the channel for 100% of their customer engagements.