|By Business Wire||
|August 12, 2014 10:01 AM EDT||
NIMBOXX™ today announced its founder and chief technology officer David Cauthron has been named to the prestigious 2014 CRN Top 100 Executive list, as one of the industry’s Top 25 Disruptors. CRN’s annual list salutes the key players who continue to shape the way the channel does business. These leaders, hand-picked by the CRN Editorial staff, represent the top influencers, sales leaders, innovators and disruptors in the IT channel.
The CRN list is based on feedback gathered from technology solution providers throughout the year by CRN editors with rankings reflecting each company’s channel influence, effectiveness and visibility, along with its business and sales impact on the IT channel.
NIMBOXX recently unveiled its ‘atomic unit’ of the software-defined data center, an all-in-one solution that makes a hyper-scale computing model achievable for organizations of all sizes. Cauthron, a seasoned technologist with recognized expertise in information technology, telecommunications and datacenter integration, was instrumental in spearheading the product direction and delivery.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by CRN and a testament to our entire team’s commitment to the partner community. Since launching earlier this year, NIMBOXX has seen strong demand from the channel because we’re empowering partners to help their customers build cutting edge data centers in an affordable way,” said Cauthron. “We remain focused on expanding our partner network and enabling resellers to help organizations of all sizes realize the benefits of a software-defined data center.”
“The CRN Top 100 list is the ‘Who’s Who’ of the IT channel,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company. “Each individual on this list has left an indelible stamp on the IT channel this year. Some are industry veterans with innovative leadership styles. Others are rising stars who have demonstrated a deep commitment to the channel. All deserve recognition for helping push the channel forward toward new market opportunities."
NIMBOXX converges servers, storage, networking and security into a single system, providing the easiest and most affordable way to deploy a software-defined data center. By owning the entire stack from top to bottom, NIMBOXX eliminates the need for costly licenses, integration and management of third party hypervisors. That means you get all the benefits of the hyper-scale data center model enjoyed by the biggest cloud vendors, without all the complexity. NIMBOXX is headquartered in Austin, Texas. Learn more at www.nimboxx.com or @NIMBOXX.
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