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Scale Computing Appoints Dario Zamarian to Board of Directors

Scale Computing, the leading provider of hyperconverged solutions, today announced that Dario Zamarian has joined its board of directors. Zamarian is a long-time technology executive and experienced industry veteran who most recently served as the Global Vice President and Worldwide General Manager of the Enterprise Systems and Solutions division at Dell. Currently, Zamarian is an Operating Advisor at The Blackstone Group focused on Enterprise technologies.

“Dario’s extensive product and go-to-market experience will be immensely valuable as Scale Computing continues to benefit from the trend toward hyperconvergence,” said Jeff Ready, CEO at Scale Computing. “Dario joins our board at a time when we are seeing a record number of IT organizations moving from legacy VMware infrastructure in favor of our superior, cost-competitive, and simpler to manage HC3 platform.”

“Convergence is indisputably one of the greatest forces in computing today, and Scale Computing has deep proprietary technology in this area that delivers a truly compelling and competitive alternative to VMware,” said Zamarian. “Scale Computing’s HC3 platform offers a scalable and highly available infrastructure with Apple-style simplicity. I look forward to working with the company’s first-rate management team to drive the HC3’s expansion in the market and make it the de facto standard for next generation data center infrastructure.”

Zamarian became familiar with Scale Computing while leading Dell’s converged infrastructure initiatives. Prior to Dell, he was a Vice President and GM at Cisco in its security and routing divisions. At the start of his career, Zamarian had a number of executive positions at venture capital-funded companies.

About Scale Computing
Scale Computing integrates storage, servers, and virtualization software into an all-in-one appliance based system that is scalable, self-healing and as easy to manage as a single server. Using industry standard components, the HC3™ appliances install in under an hour, and can be expanded and upgraded with no downtime. High availability insulates the user from any disk or server failure and a unified management capability driven by the patented Ultra-Easy Hypercore Software™, efficiently integrates all functionality. The result is a data center solution that reduces operational complexity, allows a faster response to business issues, and dramatically reduces costs. For more information, call 877-SCALE-59 or visit www.scalecomputing.com.

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