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VeriStor Systems, the virtual infrastructure and enterprise storage provider, has a new leader for its solutions-architecture team.

VeriStor's Ferrol MaconFerrol Macon is the company’s new vice president of architecture and product strategy. He is also in charge of developing technology partnerships. VeriStor Chief Technology Officer Steve Bishop said Macon’s vision will help the company “capitalize on new technology initiatives.”

“VeriStor has built a significant reputation as a technology visionary and IT architecture expert. As we continue to evolve and grow, we are making continued investments in our people, processes and tooling to extend the technology leadership we have earned,” Bishop said. “The addition of Ferrol to our technology management team underscores our commitment to innovation and superior solution delivery. Ferrol is a proven technology leader with an impressive track record for achieving measurable results that are aligned to customers’ goals.”

Macon previously worked as a sales business development manager for U.S. service providers at Cisco. He spent three years at the networking giant, focusing on data center technologies.{ad}

He worked at Softchoice from 2010 to 2013 as director of storage and data solutions and also did stints at Presidio, Mosaic Consulting Group and Veritas Software – to name a few. This move is a homecoming for Macon; he was a senior account executive for VeriStor from 2007 to 2009.

“VeriStor continues to impress me with its ability to remain at the innovation edge of today’s technology,” Macon said. “I’m pleased to be a part of the VeriStor team once again and look forward to helping them chart a continued course for growth and success as customers demand increasing agility and efficiency from their data-center solutions.”


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