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David Scott Board Director, Cloudian

Notably previously SVP and GM of global HP storage business, and president and CEO of 3PAR

David Scott CloudianCloudian, Inc. announces that David Scott has joined its board of directors.



With a career spanning 40 years in IT infrastructure, he brings experience and leadership to further drive leadership in S3-compatible hybrid cloud data management.

He currently serves as a board director at Couchbase, Nebulon, Token, M10 Networks, and AntemetA. His career highlights include serving as the SVP and GM of the global Hewlett Packard storage business.

Notably, he was the president and CEO of 3PAR, Inc. During his nearly 10-year tenure as CEO of this company from early 2001, he oversaw the company’s evolution from a venture-backed private entity to being publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2007. His leadership continued through its acquisition by HP in 2010. Its understanding of the storage industry and his strategic vision played a key role in shaping firm’s success.

Before that, he spent 18 years at HP, where he held various executive positions in marketing and general management. His experience encompasses diverse roles in storage, computing, and networking, both in the UK and USA.

He expressed his anticipation of joining Cloudian, stating: “As the enterprise IT landscape shifts towards hybrid-cloud operating models, the power of Cloudian’s native S3 API and scale-out design becomes increasingly evident. I am eager to contribute to the journey and work alongside the talented team in advancing the success of their hybrid-cloud storage platform.”

We are thrilled to welcome David Scott to Cloudian’s board of directors. David’s extensive experience and deep industry knowledge will contribute to our vision of ubiquitous cloud-native, S3-compatible storage,” said Michael Tso, CEO. “David’s proven track record as an IT infrastructure visionary aligns seamlessly with our commitment to delivering innovative object storage solutions for the hybrid cloud.”

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