November 20, 2006
ClearCube Technology has announced the appointment of Amir Husain as chief technology officer. A seasoned innovator with a proven track record, Husain joined ClearCube in 2002 and has played an instrumental role within the company as a driving force behind software strategy and implementation plans. In his new role as CTO, Husain will continue to provide strategic leadership.
"We are very pleased to announce this well-deserved appointment for Amir, a highly regarded and respected member of the ClearCube team," said Bruce Cohen, president and CEO of ClearCube. "Throughout his tenure, Amir has played a key role establishing ClearCube as an industry leader in centralized computing. Amir's knack for innovation and vision for growth has been, and will continue to be, an instrumental factor as ClearCube continues to build on its current growth momentum."
"For several years now, ClearCube has stood out as a leader in providing centralized solutions to some of the world's most influential corporations and institutions. Moving forward, we want to focus on aggressively extending our solution, so all enterprises are able to embrace the benefits of the technology," said Husain. "Whether it is enabling cutting edge, heterogeneous virtual machine management, developing new algorithms for user allocation or providing new grid technologies, my goal for ClearCube is to continue developing solutions that will help fully empower and enable the next generation enterprise."
Prior to joining ClearCube, Husain founded infraManage, a systems management software company that merged with ClearCube in 2002. Earlier, he was a founder of Kurion, a Web services company and inventor of its proprietary technology. Kurion was later acquired by iSyndicate. Husain is the inventor of ClearCube's patented and proprietary Distributed Computing Infrastructure and he holds more than a dozen filed and awarded patents, and has also authored numerous papers published in international conferences and journals.
Husain holds degrees in Computer Sciences from the Punjab Institute of Computer Sciences and the University of Texas at Austin. He serves on the Board of Advisors at BarZ Adventures in Austin, and Alif Laila Children's Educational Society, a non-profit organization based in Lahore, Pakistan.
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