MemVerge®, the pioneers of Big Memory software, announced that Bernie Wu has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development. With more than 30 years of business development experience across enterprise software, storage and cloud industries, Wu will lead MemVerge’s global alliance, software partnerships and industry ecosystem efforts as well as working to expand vertical market use cases for Big Memory computing using MemVerge’s innovative memory virtualization technology.
“Bernie is an energetic and passionate business development visionary with an expansive reach across the technology industry,” said Charles Fan, CEO of MemVerge. “He will be a valuable and instrumental addition to our executive team as we accelerate the adoption of Big Memory computing through strategic partnerships and alliances.”
Wu brings decades of business development experience to MemVerge. He was an innovative business development strategist at Trend Micro where he worked to establish a new business model for the cybersecurity industry. He also charted the global alliance, reseller and OEM partnership strategy which activated the storage virtualization market while working at FalconStor. Wu has also held key executive business development positions with MetalSoft, Levyx, Prophetstor, PiCoral, Cheyenne Software and Conner Peripherals.
“Memory is the last critical infrastructure component that needs to become virtualized and composable to better enable the data-intensive processing demands of modern applications,” said Wu. “MemVerge is at the epicenter of this exciting infrastructure shift, and I look forward to helping drive the adoption of this new virtualized memory abstraction layer. Big Memory is a game-changing, disruptive technology which not only delivers immediate value to data-intensive applications but will become a key part of the new fabric for tomorrow’s high performing data center solutions.”
Wu will be focused on building technology partnerships, strategic alliances, channel relationships and OEM agreements for MemVerge Memory Machine which makes 100% use of available memory capacity while providing new operational capabilities to memory-centric workloads. Memory Machine answers the need for a modern in-memory computing model to support emerging applications that require real-time analytics, true in-memory computing and fault tolerant memory persistence to speed massive processing workloads. For more information visit www.memverge.com.