Oslo, Norway, Jan. 25th, 2016 – Numascale today announced the appointment of Goutam Debnath as Vice President, Business Development. Goutam joins the executive management team reporting to CEO Morten Toverud.
“Numascale’s strategy and direction is solid, and we continue to evolve and strengthen our management structure to better position the company for growth in the area of scale-up and scale-out server platforms. Numascale’s hardware and software technology allows our customers to run their largest data analytics workloads in-memory,” said Morten Toverud. “The capacity and experience Goutam brings to our executive team represents a significant move towards fully utilizing our technology advantage by expanding our reach and knowledge into strategic new market areas.”
Goutam brings to Numascale a unique blend of technical, management, business and customer relationship-building skills, as well as extensive expertise from his long career in CPU designs for client and server platforms. Under his leadership, the company will align business directions to tighten Numascale’s strategy, speed execution and expand the footprint of Numascale technology across the rapid changing server and high performance data analytics markets.
“Numascale offers a highly scalable architecture with competitive latency, bandwidth and performance in server platforms for which I have a deep passion. I am honored to join the Numascale team,” said Goutam Debnath. “Together, we hope to accelerate the ecosystem with powerful Numascale Technology to provide a better computing experience in the industry.”
Goutam joins Numascale from Intel Corporation, where he most recently served as a director in the Datacenter Business Unit. In this role, he was responsible for leading Intel’s scale-up server ecosystem along with other responsibilities related to server platforms. He holds M.S in Physics and M.S in Electrical Engineering along with two US Patents.
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