|By Business Wire||
|September 22, 2016 08:03 AM EDT|
Teridion, the cloud-optimized routing company, announced that it has appointed Christopher Keene as CEO. Keen has extensive experience scaling early-stage companies, having founded and taken public Persistence Software, a company that pioneered distributed data management. More recently, he held executive roles at VMware and Mirantis. Elad Rave, founder of the company, will assume the role of CTO.
“I joined Teridion to rewire the internet for collaboration,” said Chris Keene. “The SaaS market is rapidly transforming to add collaborative capabilities like messaging, conferencing and file sharing. Teridion’s cloud routing leverages public cloud infrastructure to optimize SaaS productivity.”
“I’m very pleased to have on-board the new CEO who will bring the business acumen, industry relationships and knowledge of the cloud and SaaS space to drive Teridion to the next level of success,” said Elad Rave, founder of Teridion.
For SaaS vendors, Teridion is a cloud-optimized routing network that enables performance and security that was previously unattainable. Teridion complements existing CDN and WAN solutions with new network capabilities, such as accelerating secure file uploads and improving quality of services for end users. Customers like Box move petabytes of content monthly through the Teridion cloud-optimized routing network at speeds on average more than 10 times faster. Customers can be up and running on Teridion’s SaaS service in a matter of hours with no code changes, software or hardware required. For more information, check out www.teridion.com
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