GridGain has an enviable, top-tier client list, and I believe the demand for real-time analytics on ‘Big Data’ will only grow from here.
Foster City, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
GridGain Systems, the leading developer of scalable, distributed, in-memory compute and data grid technologies for real-time data processing, today announced the addition of an independent director, David Lichtblau, to its Board of Directors.
Mr. Lichtblau has helped bring multiple venture-backed start-ups from infancy to successful exit. He co-founded Stanford Technology Group, a pioneer in on-line analytical processing for data warehouses, which was acquired by Informix Software (now part of IBM). He went on to help build StarMine, a provider of analytics for institutional investors and investment banks, which was acquired by Thomson Reuters. Most recently, he served as the global head of products for the Thomson Reuters product line for portfolio managers and analysts.
“GridGain is at the forefront of innovation in a space that Gartner recently named one of the top 10 most disruptive technologies of 2012 and beyond,” said Mr. Lichtblau. “I am excited to join the company at this stage and help it build on its success. GridGain has an enviable, top-tier client list, and I believe the demand for real-time analytics on ‘Big Data’ will only grow from here.”
“Given GridGain’s momentum and projected growth, the time was right to enhance our Board with additional talent and industry expertise,” said GridGain’s founder and CEO, Nikita Ivanov. “The insight that David brings in both enterprise software and big data analytics is significant. We are fortunate to have him on our team and look forward to his contributions.”
About GridGain Systems
GridGain develops scalable, distributed, in-memory compute and data grid technologies for real-time data processing. The company's Java-based middleware products enable development of applications and services that can instantly access terabytes to petabytes of information from any data source or file system, distribute computational tasks across any number of machines, and produce results orders of magnitude faster than traditionally architected systems. GridGain's customers include innovative web and mobile businesses, leading Fortune 500 companies, and top government agencies. The company is headquartered in Foster City, California. Learn more at http://www.gridgain.com and follow GridGain on Twitter @gridgain.
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