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WALTHAM, Mass., Nov. 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinidat, a leading provider of enterprise-class storage solutions, today announced that Richard Bradbury has been appointed SVP, EMEA & APJ. Leveraging his extensive experience in storage at Hitachi and EMC, Bradbury will be responsible for accelerating growth and scaling Infinidat’s enterprise business across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and emerging markets. Bradbury reports to Infinidat’s CEO Phil Bullinger, effective immediately.

Eleven months into his role, Infinidat CEO Phil Bullinger is replenishing the ranks of his market-facing executive team to increase its presence and competitiveness. Richard Bradbury is the new EMEA and AJP sales head, and his appointment follows last month’s hiring of chief marketing officer Eric Herzog.

Infinidat, a leading provider of enterprise-class storage solutions, announced that it has achieved significant milestones in an aggressive expansion of its channel partner-centric initiatives. Infinidat has invested heavily in building up its channel partner program to a 5-star rating, increasing partner revenue, margins, co-op/marketing development funding (MDF), and joint events.

DW talks to Ken Steinhardt, Field CTO at Infinidat, covering the company’s recently launched InfiniBox SSA solid state storage solution, as well as the role that AIOps has to play when it comes to delivering Infinidat’s Storage-as-a-Service, flexible consumption model. Ken also provides some fascinating insights into the company’s future plans and the storage market in general.

Infinidat has announced that Eric Herzog has been appointed Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). A former senior executive at global storage providers EMC and IBM, Herzog joins Infinidat, effective today, reporting to Infinidat’s CEO Phil Bullinger.

"Infinidat Ltd. announced that Eric Herzog has been appointed CMO.

A former senior executive at global storage providers EMC and IBM, he joins the company, effective now, reporting to CEO Phil Bullinger."