eXludus Technologies, the leading developer of multi-core system capacity management, virtualization and provisioning solutions, today announced that Dale Geldart has been promoted from Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing to Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.
Dale Geldart has more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience in the high technology sector with an expertise in bringing new technologies to market. Prior to joining eXludus, Dale was: Vice President, Business Development at Terrascale Technologies (acquired by Rackable Systems), Vice President, Strategic Accounts at Alacritech Inc. and Director, Major Accounts at Auspex Systems. Dale Geldart holds a Masterâs degree in Finance from Boston College and a Bachelorâs degree in Business Administration from Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts.
âWe are pleased to announce the nomination of Dale Geldart as Chief Operating Officer of eXludus,â said Benoit Marchand, Founder and CEO, eXludus Technologies. âSince joining eXludus Dale has demonstrated leadership and a results-oriented management style, in addition to his proven track record in bringing innovative technologies to market. eXludusâ solutions offer value for enterprise clients, government research laboratories and agencies, universities and to the OEMs serving such accounts. With a wealth of experience in dealing with Fortune 500 accounts, top tier OEMs and channel partners, Dale is uniquely positioned to help propel eXludusâ growth. I look forward to our shared success,â Mr. Marchand added.
âI am very pleased about this new opportunity with eXludus,â said Dale Geldart, COO, eXludus. âThis team has developed unique technology that targets the fundamental limitations of multi-core systems â limitations that become more pronounced with each incremental advance in processor technology. eXludusâ technology addresses several major issues facing information technology today, including: data center space and power limitations that are driving server consolidation and virtualization. The opportunities are enormous,â Mr. Geldart concluded.