November 12, 2010
Industry visionaries and technical talent join Cycle Computing team to capitalize on expanding business opportunities
NEW YORK, November 10, 2010 -- Cycle Computing, providing proven, secure and elastic high performance computing (HPC) and open source solutions internally and in the cloud, today announced five industry veterans have joined its experienced engineering and business development teams in response to the company's growing client base and increased market demand. Chris Chalfant, Andrew Kaczorek and Dave Powers join Cycle from Eli Lilly and Company, accompanied by Ian Chesal, formerly of Altera Corporation, and Carl Chesal from Donovan Creative Communications and Sun Microsystems Canada.
The appointments demonstrate Cycle Computing's continued focus on enhancing and refining the company's solutions lexicon. Following this year's launch of the specialized CycleCloud for Life Sciences family of solutions and with ongoing service to blue-chip clients and partners, including Pfizer, Varian, Inc., Life Technologies, and Schrodinger, Cycle Computing continues to grow in prominence and proficiency in service to the life sciences market. The company has also continued its development and commitment to clients across such diverse verticals as insurance and financial services.
"The inroads that Cycle Computing has made in multiple industries, including life science, insurance and financial services, has led to a demand to strengthen our team across the board," said Jason Stowe, CEO of Cycle Computing. "The expansion complements the new avenues we aim to develop and concretely rounds out our team at a time when we're serving the needs of the demanding HPC and open source solutions markets."
Source: Cycle Computing LLC
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