Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 18, 2013
GNAX Health, a leading healthcare technology infrastructure and application delivery service provider, announced today the addition of Stephen Turley, enterprise storage veteran, as a Senior Storage Solution Architect. In his role, Stephen will lead the architecting and delivery of GNAX Health's managed storage solutions.
"We are excited to have someone with Stephen's background join the GNAX Health team," remarked William Souder, Vice President of Engineering & Online Operations for GNAX Health. "We are seeing a huge demand for enterprise-grade storage solutions, especially in healthcare, where medical imaging is driving up the need for secure data storage." Stephen will fill an important role, bridging the customer requirements with GNAX engineering, ensuring the right solution configuration and a strong cohesive customer experience.
Stephen brings over 13 years of healthcare IT experience to GNAX Health. Most recently, he worked at EMC as the storage architect for all healthcare customers in Georgia, engineering solutions regarding storage and replication. Prior to EMC, Stephen was a storage specialist at McKesson, where he managed the configuration and maintenance of various storage platforms.
GNAX Health recently became an EMC reseller, allowing it to act as a single storage solution source for its customers. Whether the need is onsite, in the cloud or both, Healthcare providers can rely on GNAX to provide the right equipment and storage architecture. Stephen will play a critical role as GNAX further expands its storage solution sets.
About GNAX Health
GNAX Health is a leading healthcare technology infrastructure and application delivery service provider offering hospitals, IDNs, clinics, labs and many other healthcare organizations mission-critical datacenter colocation, managed application delivery, backup & disaster recovery, medical image vendor neutral archive (VNA), as well as enterprise level VMware based cloud computing services. GNAX's 70,000 square feet mission-critical datacenter in Atlanta is SSAE 16 Type II compliant with Tier-4 power and serves as its home base with an additional strategic facility located in Dallas, Texas. Learn more at http://www.gnaxhealth.com.