Storage Optimization


About Storage Optimization

Storage Optimization aims to provide an objective look at the fast-changing world of storage. The blog was started by Carter George, co-founder of Ocarina Networks and provides regular commentary, including guest posts from industry leaders, customers and influencers, on how storage innovations are helping to shape the future of business. 

Prior to Ocarina, George was VP and co-founder of PolyServe. He drove product strategy, helped raise funding, defined product roadmap and early release schedules and helped close customers prior to the sale of Polyserve to Hewlett Packard. George played many roles including VP of Business Development where he closed several OEM deals with HP and Novell. He was also the VP and GM of Polyserve’s scalable fault tolerant NAS storage division and was responsible for finding paths to market , managing OEMs, marketing ecosystem partnerships, and the P&L for the business.

Prior to PolyServe, George was at Sequent Computer. He was the Chief Enterprise Architect for Sequent and led a team focused on large deals in major accounts. He also ran Professional Services for Sequent and grew their consulting business from scratch to $100M rapidly. George also ran M&A for Sequent and orchestrated several strategic deals with Dell, IBM and others prior to the acquisition of Sequent by IBM. 

 

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  1. Calvin Zito said,

    Hi Carter,

    I found your blog today while looking at a conversation stream. Nice to find your blog!

    I noticed several of your posts refer to our StorageWorks Extreme Data Storage System – I have a blog entry from yesterday that I’ll continue today with part 2 that you might be interested in: http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/datastorage/archive/2008/10/29/where-in-the-world-is-maui-or-hulk-for-that-matter.aspx. Would love to have you add our HP StorageWorks blog to you list of “Associates” too.

    Thanks,
    Calvin Zito
    HP StorageWorks


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